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Women who are habitual consumers of fruits and vegetables are less likely to die from cardiovascular diseases.
Middle-aged and elderly women who are regular consumers of red and processed meats may be at great risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus.
High intake of diets rich in soy foods and isoflavones may contribute positively to the prevention of breast cancer in premenopausal Japanese women.
High intake of phytoestrogen-rich foods, such as isoflavones and lignans, may have little or no effect on breast cancer risk in Western women.
Increased consumption of diets high in soy foods may cut down the risk of developing breast cancer in adolescent and premenopausal Chinese females.
High consumption of isoflavone-rich soy foods may reduce breast cancer development and recurrence risk.
High intake of whole grains is associated with low serum concentrations of high sensitivity C-reactive protein and improved reproductive health in pre-menopausal women.