Plant-Based Foods Increase Breast Cancer Survival
A new report on breast cancer survival favors plant-based eating, as presented by the World Cancer Research Fund International’s Continuous Update Project. A panel of independent scientists reviewed 85 studies with 164,416 participants diagnosed with breast cancer. They found that eating more high-fiber plant foods before and after diagnosis may reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer. Additionally, read more
Low-Fat Diet Reduces Breast Cancer Mortality
A low-fat diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and grains reduces the risk of death from breast cancer, according to research that will be presented next month at the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference in Chicago. Read more
Breast Cancer: Food, Prevention, Survival
Research shows that certain foods can not only help prevent breast cancer but also dramatically improve the odds of survival among those who have been diagnosed with it. Conversely, other foods have been proven to increase the risk of developing the disease. To read more and for a podcast click here.
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