Breast Cancer Tag

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  1. Breast cancer is less likely to occur in women with high serum concentrations of carotenoids, such as lutein, lycopene, and beta-carotene.

    This study examined the correlation between plasma levels of retinols, carotenoids, and tocopherols and the likelihood of developing breast cancer. Researchers analyzed the blood samples and estimated the relative risk of breast cancer of 295 healthy subjects and 295 breast cancer patients. They found lower concentrations of lutein, lycopene, total carotene, and beta-carotene in the blood of subjects suffering from breast cancer than in the serum of healthy subjects. The results of this study suggest that women with high serum concentrations of carotenoids are less prone to develop breast cancer.

  2. Breast cancer is less likely to occur in regular consumers of fiber-rich foods.

    This study examined the relationship between dietary fiber intake and breast cancer risk by meta-analysis. Sixteen (16) prospective cohort studies were included in this meta-analysis. Researchers observed high ingestion of dietary fiber decreased the likelihood of developing breast cancer. The findings of this study reveal that diets loaded with fiber-rich foods may help inhibit the development of cancerous cells and tumors in the breast.

  3. Is Cow Milk Designed for Humans? In 2012, about 212 billion liters of cow's milk was consumed globally. A huge proportion of the 212 billion liters was consumed in America. The average American consumes 375 pounds of dairy products every year and 1 out of every 7 dollars spent in grocery stores in the United States goes for the purchase...
  4. Frequent consumption of soy foods may reduce total mortality risk in breast cancer survivors.

    Soy foods are rich in isoflavones. This study was carried out to determine the association between dietary intake of isoflavones and total mortality risk in breast cancer survivors. Researchers followed 6,235 breast cancer patients enrolled in the Breast Cancer Family Registry and monitored their diets and mortality rates. They observed that patients who regularly consumed high soy diets had a 21% reduction in all-cause mortality risk compared to those who ate little or no soy foods. The findings of this study reveal that high dietary intake of soy foods may lower the odds of deaths from all causes in breast cancer patients.

  5. Alcohol drinkers are highly vulnerable to oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, colorectal, liver, and breast cancers.

    This study investigated the correlation between alcohol consumption and cancer risk. Researchers examined data extracted from the 2009 International Agency for Research on Cancer monograph and relevant epidemiological studies. They observed that drinking of alcoholic beverages promoted the development of cancerous cells and tumors in the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, colon, rectum, liver, and female breast. The findings of this study reveal that alcohol intake may contribute positively to development of oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, colorectal, liver, and breast cancers.

  6. A surge in breast cancer risk is associated with alcohol consumption.

    This study evaluated the role of alcohol intake in breast cancer development in women. Researchers examined data extracted from studies that focused on alcohol consumption and breast cancer risk. They discovered that subjects who drank alcohol had higher chances of developing breast cancer than women who did not consume alcoholic drinks. The results of this study show that breast cancer is more likely to occur among women who drink alcohol.

  7. Breast Cancer Risk Increases with Alcohol Consumption There are many reasons why consuming alcohol is not a smart decision. Studies have shown another reason why women should stay away from alcoholic drinks: it increases breast cancer risk. Breast cancer is the number one leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women. According to the World Cancer Research Fund International, nearly 1.7 million...

 

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