Brilliant by Dina Beverly

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In China, case-control studies did not showed association for the intake of soy protein, neither for soymilk or tofu [45]. 21 respectively). At an experimental level, a reduction in the incidence of BC in rats fed with 50% of soybeans compared with the control group was observed after being irradiated [47]. Also a reduction of chemically induced tumours in rats was observed when soy was administered in the diet [48]. As it will be mentioned in the chapter Vitamins and bioactive substances, soybeans have large amounts of isoflavones, so it is reasonable to think that its consumption could inhibit cancers in whose promotion participate estrogens.

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Insulin could be involved in the development of BC [28, 29], as an expression of insulin resistance syndrome, in which high insulin levels are associated with an increased risk of BC [30]. The point is developed in the chapter on Metabolism and Breast Cancer. THE EVIDENCE OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SUGAR AND BREAST CANCER IS CURRENTLY STILL INCONSISTENT. IT CANNOT BE CONCLUSIVE. The Glycemic Index The Glycemic Index (GI) has proven to be a useful nutritional concept since it contributes to have a new view of the relationships between foods and chronic diseases like cancer.

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