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High consumption of fatty foods, such as meat, milk, and cheese, may increase breast cancer risk.
Reduced cancer risk is associated with high intake of raw and cooked vegetables.This research work was carried out to investigate the association between the consumption of raw and cooked vegetables and cancer risk. Researchers reviewed data obtained from 28 studies on the subject.Researchers discovered that high intake of raw and cooked vegetables diminished the risk...
High intakes of Isoflavone-rich soy foods are associated with delayed menstrual cycle and lower breast cancer risk in premenopausal women.
High consumption of well-cooked red meat that contains carcinogenic heterocyclic amines is associated with a greater risk of colorectal adenoma, breast cancer, and lung cancer.
High consumption of non-pickled vegetables may cut down the risk of developing breast cancer.