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Dietary Fiber and Risk of Benign Proliferative Epithelial Disorders of the Breast

Consuming fiber-rich foods regularly may help thwart the development of benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast.

Benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast are noncancerous growth of the cells of the breast that can become cancerous. This study analyzed how high fiber diet influences the risk of developing benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast. Researchers used dietary questionnaires and hospital records to evaluate the frequency of consumption of fiber-containing foods and the occurrence of benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast among 897 women. 

Researchers discovered that women with the highest rate of consumption of fiber-rich foods had the lowest risk of developing benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast. The findings of this study emphasize the importance of high fiber foods in the prevention of benign proliferative epithelial disorders of the breast and subsequently breast cancer.

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Dietary Fibre Intake in Relation to the Risk of In...
High-fiber Diets and Reduced Risk of Breast Cancer

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