Breast diseases, from the harmless ones to breast cancer are unfortunately increasingly common nowadays. There are many factors that explain this proliferation of these breast diseases and one of the most important is poor nutrition.
It is known that diet plays a vital role in the maintaining of a good health. A healthy diet helps maintain a healthy body, and thus of healthy breasts.
Here are some nutrition tips to prevent breast diseases.
Maintain a healthy body weight
It may seem absurd at a first glance but a healthy weight helps in many aspects of health, including in the fight against breast cancer. So if you have more weight than you should, get rid of excess using efficient methods of weight loss.
There are so many weight loss diets that you must choose only the one that suits you. However, do not forget to combine diet with physical activity to achieve good results.
Include at least 5 fruits and vegetables in your diet
Many of us forget this golden rule. So from now on, make sure you eat five fruits and vegetables per day, preferably those with anti-inflammatory properties such as spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, onion, pumpkins, blueberries, cranberries, raspberries etc. But tea, grains and olive oil also have anti-inflammatory properties.
Reduce the sugar consumption
You should eat fewer foods that contain sugar, including in their place high glycemic index fruits such as bananas, melons, raisins, pineapple.
Many researchers and dietitians believe that sugar is the main cause that causes food to become carcinogenic. Therefore it is better that your consumption of sugar to be reduced.
Count on foods that strengthen your immune system
Immune system plays a crucial role in maintaining a good health. Therefore, try as much as possible to keep your immune system at optimal parameters. There are many foods that can help you strengthen your immune system such as oats and barley, yogurt, garlic, tea, chicken soup, fish, beef, sweet potatoes, mushrooms.
You can use these foods including them in your diet.
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