My Breast Cancer 2021 Supplement List

I try every year to put out a list of some of my favorite supplements that may help support breast cancer.

It is that time of year again when everyone who does not have a clue starts wearing pink again for breast cancer awareness. If they only knew the truth about the color pink and breast cancer and how it truly came about, nobody would be wearing pink. If you have not been privy to this yet, I suggest you check out this article I wrote a few years back.  

I started to research supplements to help fight cancer after my mom died from cancer about ten years ago. She got breast cancer from the hormones the doctor prescribed to her, then the doctors treated her breast cancer with chemo and other cancer-causing drugs, which killed the breast cancer cells, but caused leukemia. She died from leukemia.  

It’s the year 2021, and nothing has changed, sadly. Doctors and the medical field are still trying to treat things like cancer, and now Covid with…..MORE drugs. Instead, the whole world needs to address cancer and Covid 19 by promoting a healthy lifestyle.  

But anyway, enough ranting, and let us get into some supplements that I feel will help one live a healthy, cancer-free life.


This is a patented supplement from mushrooms. Well over 100 studies showing how it supports the fight against cancer. Supplement with this product daily is a great idea. Check out the research here.

Vitamin D

I have to put Vitamin D on this list because of the research pouring in due to Covid. This one is almost a no-brainer.

Get our MagBlue product.


This one is new to the list, but I mentioned this in my article about Covid. Here is the research. However, make sure you get the right brand, which is very, very important. Get the Quercetin from Thorne Research.


My favorite fruit. Check out this study. My friends, you just can’t go wrong with consuming organic blueberries every day. If you don’t like them, then get my Blue Generator.

Finally, my best recommendation is to exercise and eat healthily.

I always tell people this.


  1. soy
  2. artificial ingredients and especially artificial colors
  3. nitrates
  4. sugar
  5. processed carbs
  6. artificial preservatives
  7. synthetic chemicals like soaps, toothpaste, deodorant, perfumes, and colognes.

You don’t have to be a crazy nut, but what I am saying is to make somewhat of a conscious effort to avoid these when possible.  

I’d also like to mention that my friend and long-time customer, whom I’m talking about for over 20 years, passed away from cancer last month. Ryan Feasal was an avid lifter and was a huge Ohio State football and Raider fan. More importantly, he would call me up all the time to talk about protein and lifting. We had some great laughs. He was a real ball buster. He swore by my Hydrolyzed 520. RIP Ryan and I still hope Ohio State loses, and I would have been busting your balls about the Raiders right now.

Finally, my dog Angus passed away from Cancer as well last month. RIP to my little buddy. Putting him to sleep was probably one of the hardest things I ever had to do. I love dogs and Angus was the best. I surely could do some research on supplements for dogs to help them prevent cancer. Seems every dog gets cancer.