Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Olive oil features prominently in the Mediterranean diet, which is associated with a decreased risk of both heart disease and cancer. A 2015 study at the University of Navarra in Spain showed a 68-percent lower risk of developing breast cancer in study participants who ate a Mediterranean-style diet with 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil a day when compared to a standard low-fat diet.
Drizzle olive oil over salads or bread, or use it as a cooking oil for flavorful veggies to up your olive oil intake and possibly lower your breast cancer risk.
Drinking 5 cups or more of coffee a day is associated with a lowered risk for some types of breast cancer.
Enjoy your morning cup of java knowing you might be reducing your breast cancer risk.
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