Written by Joyce Smith, Staff Writer. Of the 33,817 participating postmenopausal women, those who consumed a more proinflammatory diet had an increased risk of breast cancer compared to women who consumed an anti-inflammatory diet. (more…)
Written by Greg Arnold, DC, CSCS. Of the 114 patients recovering from breast cancer surgery, those who applied 2% Boswellia cream to the radiated area for 5 weeks had significantly less skin inflammation and toxicity compared to the placebo group. (more…)
Written by Jessica Patella, ND. In a study with 250 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer and 250 controls, those consuming whole grains more than 7 times per week had only about 1/3 the breast cancer than in the low whole grain group. (more…)
Written by Greg Arnold, DC, CSCS. Women who smoked and drank alcohol increased their risk of breast cancer. Passive smoking from husbands increased their breast cancer risk by 47% – 74%.
Written by Marcia J. Egles, MD. Mice on a diet high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAS) had a significantly slower rate of breast cancer tumor growth as well as a significantly longer survival time than the mice on a melatonin diet or the control mice.
Written by Jessica Patella, ND. Supplementation with vitamin C after diagnosis of breast cancer is associated with a 19% reduction in mortality. (more…)
Written by Marcia J. Egles, MD. Study shows that higher total carotenoids were associated with 18-28% statistically lower risk of breast cancer. (more…)
Written by Greg Arnold, DC, CSCS. A study of 7,728 women shows that the risk of death from breast cancer was 30% lower in women taking multivitamins compared to non-users. (more…)
Written by Chrystal Moulton, Staff Writer. This study shows that consumption of high fat dairy had a higher occurrence of death due to breast cancer and overall higher rate of mortality. (more…)
Written by Jessica Patella, ND. In a trial of 9,514 breast cancer survivors, women consuming over 10mg of soy isoflavones per day had a 36% reduced risk of recurrence. (more…)
Written by Tatjana Djakovic, Staff Writer. In a large study of 1,459 Chinese breast cancer patients, those that consumed an average daily dose of 2.3 g of ginseng daily had a 7% increase in probability of survival and a 7.5% increase in the probability in remaining disease free compared to those that did not take ginseng. (more…)
Written by Sandy Almendarez, Natural Products Insider. Soy food use reduced breast cancer risk, but genistein alone is linked to breast cancer growth. (more…)
Written by Jessica Patella, ND. A research summary with approximately half a million participants showed that diets with at least 25 grams per day in soluble fiber had a reduced risk of breast cancer. (more…)
Written by Chrystal Moulton, Staff Writer. In a review including 712,195 participants, the risk of breast cancer decreased by an average 7% for every 10 grams of fiber consumed daily. (more…)
Written by Jessica Patella, ND. In a study including 438 women with breast cancer, there was a 64% risk reduction with vegetable fiber, 51% reduction with fruit fiber, but no benefit from soy or cereal fiber. (more…)