A study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute gives women more reason to eat their carrots and other yellow fruits and vegetables. A team of researchers from Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School conducted an analysis of eight studies which involved about 7,000 women tested for blood carotenoid levels and their risk for breast cancer. Carotenoids are organic plant pigments that have been known to help fight against chronic diseases such as cancer. These micronutrients are found in many fruits and vegetables that are usually colored yellow to deep red. There are over 600 types […]Continue reading High Carotenoid Levels may Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer
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