The Soy Connection for Health Professionals
Health & Nutrition - Winter 2015 - Vol 23, No 1 Soy and Breast Cancer
In This Issue:
- There are indications of links between better survival after breast cancer and maintaining a healthy body weight, being physically active, eating foods containing fiber, eating foods containing soy, and a lower intake of total fat (and, in particular, saturated fat). Current evidence suggests that the consumption of soy must occur early in life, that is, in childhood or during the teenage years to reduce the risk of breast cancer.