The researchers pooled together findings from eight previous studies and found that women who ate the most carotenoids in their diet had a lower risk of a less common form of breast cancer (called estrogen receptor negative or ER-) that has a poorer prognosis.“The inverse associations we observed among ER- tumors highlight carotenoids as one of the first modifiable risk factors for this poor prognosis tumor type,” the authors wrote. Still, the researchers concluded that, “A diet high in carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables offers many health benefits, including a possible reduced risk of breast cancer.”List of carotenoid-rich foods in the article.http://www.boston.com/dailydose/2012/12/10/weekly-challenge-...
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I get it....Science by Press release..http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/12/121206163614.ht...I fell for it!!
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