A study by Eliassen et al, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that high concentrations of dietary carotenoids were associated with 18 28% statistically significantly lower risks of breast cancer.
A meta-analysis by Liu et al, published in the journal The Breast, indicated that high intake of cruciferous vegetable was significantly associated with reduced breast cancer risk.
The World Cancer Research Fund released recommended lifestyle recommendations that have been shown to reduce cancer risk.
A study by Pierce et al, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, found that women with breast cancer (regardless of hormone status) who consumed 5 or more daily servings of fruits and vegetables, and who exercised the equivalent of walking 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week, had a 50% reduction in risk of mortality.
A study by Thomson et al, published in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, found, in their secondary analysis of over 3,000 breast cancer survivors, that higher intake of cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale, cauliflower, and so forth) may be associated with a reduction in the risk of breast cancer recurrence or new events, particularly for those using tamoxifen.
A study released by researchers at McGill University in Montreal revealed that steeping a single silky plastic tea bag at brewing temperature (95C) releases approximately 11.6 billion microplastics and 3.1 billion nanoplastics (the latter are 150 times smaller than a hair, possibly small enough to permeate human cells) made up of nylon and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) into a single cup of tea.
This review by the National Cancer Institute looks at the cancer risk of cooking meat at high temperatures, and ways to reduce exposure to the chemicals formed when meat is cooked.
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