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Young Women Eating Healthy Early in Life May Prevent Cancer Later

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  • By consuming the right plant-based foods, young women may be able to cut their probability of developing cancer later, a new study reports
  • Three daily servings of apples, bananas and grapes during adolescence, and three servings of oranges and kale in early adulthood are associated with a 25 percent drop in breast cancer risk by middle age
  • Powerful phytonutrients such as flavonoids, vitamins, fiber and lignans have been identified as having strong cancer-killing potential
  • Foods with high alpha-carotene content may also lower breast cancer risk

By Dr. Mercola

Recent data has emerged asserting that young women who eat more apples, bananas, grapes, oranges and kale may reduce their risk of developing breast cancer later in life.

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