Posts Tagged ‘Diet Against Breast Cancer’
However, milk production may be “artificial” intentionally induced in the lack of pregnancy on women. This is called induced lactation, while a woman who has breastfed before, and start again called relactation. This can be done periodically by the suction of the nipples (several times a day), massaging and squeezing the female breasts or with additional help from temporary use of drugs to induce lactation as the dopamine antagonist Domperidona.1 2 Initially, with great patience and perseverance is possible to induce lactation by sucking on just making the nipples. It is not necessary that the woman has been pregnant, and may even be well on your postmenopausal period. The fact that some herbs have not clinically confirmed, although several herbs are recommended to increase or evoke milk flow. These are, for example, fenugreek (most popular) and blessed thistle.
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The ingestion of dietary fat is associated with increased plasma concentration of estrogen, however although there have been several studies has been difficult to obtain conclusive data to separate the fat intake of other factors that might influence the risk of breast cancer. However, some case-control studies and cohort studies suggests a moderate increase in risk with increasing consumption of dietary fat.
There may be a moderate protective effect of high intake of vegetables, but with regard to the intake of fruits, fiber and meat consumption results are still inconclusive
Alcohol is perhaps the most important risk factor, recent studies show that ethanol consumption could increase the concentration of endogenous estrogen, which is associated with increased risk of this malignancy.