"Women who want to lower their risk of developing breast cancer should seriously consider increasing their intake of dietary fiber. A study reported in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that those who consumed the most fiber had an 11% lower risk of developing breast cancer compared to women who ate the least.
The authors stressed that according to their findings, it appears that a high dietary fiber intake is linked to better overall health, which possibly lowers breast cancer risk, rather than just the fiber itself lowering risk.
Fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds and pulses are all good sources of fibre as are whole grains and brown rice.Approximately 1 in every 8 women in the USA develops breast cancer, and between 20% and 25% of them die from the disease."
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