Tag: breast cancer rates

Isoflavone Supplements May Be Risky, but Soy Foods Are Safer Bet

Q. What’s the latest on soy and breast cancer; is it okay to eat soy or not? A. Probably. The effect of soy on breast tumors has befuddled experts for years. As research continues, contradictory and controversial findings continue to come in. Soy Rich in Phytonutrients. Interest in soy as

Vitamin D May Help You Dodge Cancer; How to Be Sure You Get Enough

Vitamin D has an illustrious history as a major bone-building nutrient required for calcium absorption and bone growth. But recent revelations about D’s roles in the body have led scientists to view this nutrient in a whole new light.    ?Scientists have discovered that essentially every cell in the body

Soy: A Conundrum When It Comes to Breast Cancer Risk

Q.Please help clear up the confusion. Do soy foods prevent or promotebreast cancer? I?ve heard both.A.The effect soy foods have on breast cancer risk is hotly debated right now,because the evidence points in opposite directions simultaneously. A clearanswer

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