Young women with higher dietary fiber intake may have lower breast cancer risk

Maybe this Valentine’s Day, in addition to jewelry or chocolates, get the young women in your life a big fresh basket of fruit.


A new large scale study published by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health reveals that women who eat more high-fiber foods such as fruits, vegetables and beans during adolescence and young adulthood may have significantly lower risk of getting breast cancer.

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Fruits and veggies taking a bite out of skin cancer

LoveLowFat-dot-com-antioxidantsEating fruits and vegetables has a long list of benefits.  Helping to prevent skin cancer may be another reason to make sure you get your daily doses.

A new study has found that while consuming alcohol before sun exposure can increase sun damage, eating plants based foods rich in antioxidants may actually help reduce the amount of damage.