Eating Right To Help Avoid
Helping to Prevent Breast Cancer with Food Americans are
currently experiencing one of the highest rates of breast
cancer globally. It is suspected that the risk of breast cancer
is associated with the exposure to substances that are
estrogen-like over a lifetime.
There are both natural and man-made estrogen-like
substances. One in every eight American women currently are at
risk for breast cancer. Japanese women have half that risk for
developing breast cancer.
It is still under debate, but the leading view regarding
food-related risk for breast cancer is that there is a
connection between a higher risk for breast cancer and the
types of fat consumed and the levels of other nutrients
contained in your diet. It is suspected that these levels have
an impact on how a body processes these estrogen-like
The following foods may have a positive influence on
lowering your risk for breast cancer: apples, cold water fish
like cod, halibut, herring, mackerel, salmon and tuna because
of their omega-3 fatty acids; cranberries, eggs, olive oil,
flaxseeds, legumes, garlic & turmeric herbs, whole grains
and also sea vegetables.
The food items that you should avoid eating are: meat that
is well-done, foods containing polyunsaturated fats, foods or
beverages that contain caffeine and also alcohol. Getting to
know your polyunsaturated fats: Polyunsaturated fats are
unsaturated fats and are found mainly in avocados, canola oil,
olive oil, walnuts and liquid vegetable oils like canola, corn,
olive, safflower and sunflower oils.
These oils when taken in moderation are better than using
saturated or trans fats but you need to be sure that if you use
these polyunsaturated fats that you limit your intake to 25 to
35% of your total caloric intake. Foods and beverages and
caffeine content: Some foods and beverages contain caffeine and
you know they do, like teas and coffees. mg.
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There are other foods and beverages that contain caffeine
and you may not know that you are consuming caffeine. Here is a
list of popular food and beverages and the caffeine content
that they contain: 8 oz serving sizes Brewed coffee 135 mg.
Instant coffee 95 mg. Decaffeinated coffee 5 mg. 16 oz Snapple
Tea 42 mg. Lipton Iced Tea 18 - 40 mg. 8 oz Green Tea 30
Lipton Tea 35 - 40 mg. Instant Tea 15 mg. Soft
Drinks 12 oz. Mountain Dew 58 mg. Diet Coke 46.5 mg. Surge 52.5
Dr. Pepper 42 mg. (reg or diet) Coca-Cola Classic 34.5 mg.
Pepsi-Cola 37.5 mg. 7-UP (reg or diet) 0 mg. Sprite (reg or
diet) 0 mg. Caffeinated Water! Yes some bottled water contains
caffeine 1/2 liter (16.9 oz) Java Water 125 mg. Aqua Blast 90
mg. Water Joe 60 - 70 mg. Aqua Java 50 - 60 Frozen Desserts 1
cup serving size Ben & Jerry's No Fat 85 mg. Coffee Fudge
Frozen Yogurt Starbucks Coffee Ice Cream 40 - 60 mg. (assorted
flavors) Hagen-Dazs Coffee Ice 58 mg. Cream Healthy Choice 8
Tomatoes are great for boosting the immune
system and can slow down degenerative diseases.
This is because they contain something called
lycopenes which is more powerful than vitamin
Finally, a portion or two of papaya, kiwis,
mango or pineapple a day can help combat
everything from autoimmune diseases and
allergies to cancer. They can boost the immune
systems ability to fight off infections as
Cappuccino Chocolate Chunk or Cappuccino Mocha
Fudge Ice Cream It is important when we care about preventing
cancer to understand not only how our food is made, but what it
contains as far as nutritive value, and what chemicals they
have in them. What we eat, does have an impact on the diseases
and condition of our bodies.