Research shows benefits of food in preventing breast cancer

05/15/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

A number of recent studies have shown that a healthy diet can significantly reduce the likelihood of developing breast cancer. One study found that women who adhered to a plant-based diet can lower their breast cancer risk by 20%, while others have shown that foods including sweet potatoes, spinach, walnuts, cabbage and peaches all have properties that lower risk. Lowering alcohol intake and avoiding high-fat dairy foods may also be beneficial.

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