Fresh bread Exposure Can Increase Risk of Breast Cancer ~ World Food and Drink

Monday, December 12, 2011

Fresh bread Exposure Can Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. This disease affects about 46,000 women every year. Carbohydrates are the most important fuel for the muscles and vital energy source for brain and central nervous system. Refined carbohydrates like bread contain more starch than from grains (like rice).
Breast Cancer Campaign chief executive, Baroness Delyth Morgan, appreciate these findings. "This study shows that reducing starch consumption may reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence. We wait for further research on this issue.

A study found that people who follow a diet rich in starch (starch) are more at risk for developing tumors than those who rarely consumed starch. The researchers have not been able to explain this trend. However, they assume that the increased levels of insulin-induced 'refined carbohydrates' such as starch that can stimulate cancer cell growth.

Researchers studied the diets of 2651 breast cancer patients for 12 months. They found that people who frequently eat starch has a 14.2 percent risk of breast cancer. This risk level is higher than that rarely consume starch, which is about 9.7 percent.

"The results show that not only carbohydrates as a whole (which could potentially increase the risk of cancer), but mainly starch," says University of California researchers, Jennifer Emond. Research has not been able to provide recommendations for a good diet to prevent this cancer.

At first, women's intake of carbohydrates is 233 grams per day. Researchers looked at diet in women who experienced disease recurrence following year. Women whose disease relapses were generally increase intake of starches as much as 2.3 grams per day in the first year. Meanwhile, patients who did not experience a relapse generally reduce the intake of starch 2.7 grams per day.


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