Can Your Diet Help Fight Breast Cancer? Soy Foods May Help!

15 November, 2009 (08:39)


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By Rae Udy

The National Breast Cancer Awareness Month celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The NBCAM organization is a partnership of national public service organizations, professional medical associations and government agencies working together to promote awareness, share information and provide access to more screening of breast cancer.
http://www.nbcam.org/about_nbcam.cfm
Is there a link between what we eat and breast cancer? Women who eat a diet of high fat foods could be doubling their risk according to scientists funded by the Medical Research Council and Cancer Research UK.
The research show women who eat more than 90 grams of fat per day had twice the risk of breast cancer than those who eat less than 40 grams a day. More than 13,000 women ages 45 to 77 took part in the European Prospective Investigation of Cancer and Nutrition study.
The lead researcher, Dr. Sheila Bingham said, “Our study shows there is an emerging link between eating too much fatty food and increasing the risk of breast cancer. The effect seems to be related particularly to saturated fat found mostly in high fat milk, butter, meat and some cereals such as biscuits and cakes.”
The US Nurses’ Health study involving more than 90,000 women also found women who eat lots of red meat and full-fat dairy products such as cheese are raising their breast cancer risk.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-189048/Fatty-diet-link-breast-cancer.html

Italian researchers reported a macrobiotic diet could substantially reduce hormonal levels associated with higher risk of breast cancer. Known as the DIANA (Diet and Androgens) Trial, the study was conducted by the National Tumor Institute in Milan and divided women into two groups. The control group continue eating as they usually did and the intervention group of women shifted from animal to vegetable sources. They also reduced their meat consumption from daily to one or two times a week, dairy was halved, and butter virtually eliminated. Soy products were consumed on average 1.7 times daily and sea vegetables used every other day. Brown rice and other whole grains were consumed 2.5 times per day compared to 0.5 times by controls, and intake of legumes, cruciferous vegetables, and berries were 4-8 times higher.
Total cholesterol decreased from 240 to 206 mg compared to 230 in the control group. The intervention group lost more weight and underwent significant improvements in the five major hormonal and metabolic values associated with breast cancer risk.
The researchers concluded that a dietary strategy that combines lowered total fat intake with increased intake of dietary fibers from cereals, legumes, and vegetables could reduce risk of breast cancer. http://www.macrobiotics.nl/library/breast_cancer.html

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