August
12
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Nutrition News

Dieters women are much less exposed to the risk of breast cancer

Dieters women are much less exposed to the risk of breast cancer results of fresh research scientists from the University of Philadelphia (Thomas Jefferson) show that a diet with low-calorie foods can greatly reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.Experts led by Nicole Simone, associate professor of the University have found that if you reduce the amount of calories in the diet, it is thus possible to avoid dangerous diseases.

exact name of breast cancer - TNBC, which stands for triple-negative breast cancer.Scientists have conducted experiments on a rodent, and soon came to the conclusion that, if a low fat diet, the TNBC is unlikely to hit the organs of the animal or human.However, it is important to adhere to a strict diet for a long time, according to Nicole Simone.

Besides experiments on mice showed that with the increase of overweight traditional treatments in breast cancer are not completely effective.On the basis of these studies, scientists hope to create new drugs to help defeat obesity and breast cancer.