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Diet and breast cancer

Diet and breast cancer

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Less than 10 per cent of all breast cancers are caused by faulty genes; the vast majority are caused by environmental factors including diet. This scientific report from the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation - http://www.vegetarian.org.uk - asks why breast cancer cases are rising and investigates the role of diet (including the consumption of meat and dairy products) In summary, this report provides a compelling argument that the consumption of animal-based foods is linked to the development of breast cancer. The combined findings of over 50 scientific papers from reputable peer-reviewed journals such as the British Medical Journal and the Lancet leave no doubt that diet is linked to breast cancer risk. Taken in their entirety, they indicate a causative role for red meat, animal fat and dairy foods. This report provides a vital source of information for health professionals, enabling them to make better-informed choices in recommending dietary changes to breast cancer patients and women considered to be at risk of this disease. Essential reading. Download as a pdf from http://veganfuture.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/diet-and-breast-cancer.pdf Purchase a copy of this report from http://www.vegetarian.org.uk/vvfshop/productlist.php?category=54&parent=52

Less than 10 per cent of all breast cancers are caused by faulty genes; the vast majority are caused by environmental factors including diet. This scientific report from the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation - http://www.vegetarian.org.uk - asks why breast cancer cases are rising and investigates the role of diet (including the consumption of meat and dairy products) In summary, this report provides a compelling argument that the consumption of animal-based foods is linked to the development of breast cancer. The combined findings of over 50 scientific papers from reputable peer-reviewed journals such as the British Medical Journal and the Lancet leave no doubt that diet is linked to breast cancer risk. Taken in their entirety, they indicate a causative role for red meat, animal fat and dairy foods. This report provides a vital source of information for health professionals, enabling them to make better-informed choices in recommending dietary changes to breast cancer patients and women considered to be at risk of this disease. Essential reading. Download as a pdf from http://veganfuture.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/diet-and-breast-cancer.pdf Purchase a copy of this report from http://www.vegetarian.org.uk/vvfshop/productlist.php?category=54&parent=52

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Published by: Vegan Future on Apr 25, 2009
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A scientific report by Dr Justine Butler, Senior Health Campaigner,Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation, Top Suite, 8 York Court, Wilder Street,Bristol BS2 8QH. Tel: 0117 970 5190 W: www.vegetarian.org.uk
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The VVF ask why breast cancer cases arerising and investigates the role of diet
 
iBy: Dr Justine Butler, Senior Health Campaigner, Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation (VVF)Published by: Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation, Top Suite, 8 York Court, Wilder Street,Bristol BS2 8QH. T:0117 970 5190 E: info@vegetarian.org.uk W: www.vegetarian.org.uk©Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation 2007 Registered charity 1037486Illustration: Philip DownsGraphic design: The Ethical Graphic Design Company LtdAlso by Dr Justine Butler:
White Lies:the Health Consequences of Consuming Cow’s Milk
available from:www.vegetarian.org.uk/campaigns/whitelies/resources.html and
AFighting Chance: a Guide to Healthy Eating to Help Prevent and Overcome Breast Cancer
available from: www.vegetarian.org.uk/campaigns/breastcancerRecommended reading:
Your Life in Your Hands
by Professor Jane Plantavailable from: www.vegetarian.org.uk/shop/bookshealth.shtml
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The VVF asks why breast cancer cases arerising and investigates the role of dietFind more information at www.vegetarian.org.uk/campaigns/breastcancer

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