Is breast cancer linked to food habits? In his book ‘The China Study’ T. Colin Campbell reveals his findings from the most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted. Check out the startling implications For Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health (2005) from the book.
Connection between diet food and breast cancer
Research findings about food and breast cancer
Campbell also shares the findings from a Canadian study, which shows a clear correlation between total fat intake and breast cancer deaths
- Netherlands, Denmark, UK and New Zealand show the highest fat intake and the most number of deaths due to breast cancer.
- Conversely, countries like Thailand, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Japan show the lowest fat intake and the least number of deaths due to breast cancer.
- Further, the correlation between fat intake and breast cancer deaths was even stronger when animal fat was considered and much more diffused when plant fat was considered.
‘The China Study‘ by T. Colin Campbell & Thomas M. Campbell.
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