Advice about what teenage girls should be regularly included in the diet fruit, is not new – the vitamins and antioxidants will provide them a normal growth of the organism. What is new is that this diet can protect them from cancer many years later.

After 30-35 years the risk of developing malignant tumors of the mammary gland begins to gradually increase. Among women, this cancer now ranks first as incidence and mortality from cancer.

On the other hand, there are quite simple methods that can significantly reduce the risk of developing the disease simple you can call them because they are associated with minor changes in the lifestyle of girls and women.

The influence of different lifestyle factors on the risk of developing breast cancer dedicated to and 2 this week’s research.

The first scientific work was performed by employees of one of the medical colleges at Harvard University in Boston (Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston).

They studied the results of the monitoring of the health of more than 90 000 residents of the U.S. who regularly reported researchers information about how they feed. In the database there was information about how the participants were eating in childhood and adolescence, which was obtained before the study.

During the period of research lasting more than 20 years, breast cancer was detected in 3 of 200 women.

Data analysis showed that compared to participants, who are aged 11-17 years eating enough bananas, apples and grapes, the lovers of this fruit risk of developing breast cancer after 35 years was below 25%.

A second study conducted by scientists from the University of southern Denmark (University of Southern Denmark), who studied how to affect the risk of breast cancer by consumption of alcoholic beverages.

For 10 years, they are regularly interviewed 22 000 residents of Denmark (Denmark) about how much alcohol they drink during the week.

They found that the increase in the number of drinks per day of alcohol by only 2 conditional serving for 5 years was associated with an increased risk of developing breast cancer by 30%. (Conditional 1 serving of alcohol = 360 ml of light beer or 150 ml of wine or 45 ml of whiskey or vodka).

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