No doubt about it – cancer is complex and there is no one reason or one cure, but there are factors that can mitigate and factors that can contribute.
Last week, we spoke about some possible causes, and things you could eliminate from life to reduce your chances of developing breast cancer.
- Eat the Rainbow - Colourful fruits and vegetables are rich in beneficial phytonutrients such as flavonoids and carotenoids, which studies have shown to be good for preventing breast cancer. So eat up your dark, green, leafy vegetables; bell peppers; carrots; broccoli; kale; tomatoes; citrus fruits; onions.
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