Mediterranean diet promotes anticancer bacteria in the breast cancer
- Diet can influence microbe colonies not only in the gut but also in another body parts, such as the female breast in mammals. The influence is strong enough to create conditions that are anticancer.
- The breast cancer tumor contains a lower level of Lactobacillus bacteria compared with non-cancerous growth, suggesting that they could be ” compared with noncancerous growth. That they could be a negative regulator of breast cancer.
- Breast cancer of women risk is known to vary with the diet. So healthy diet Mediterranean –which is rich in fruits, nuts, vegetables, fish, legumes and olive oil, reduces the risk and whereas the western diet rich in processed foods, and candy increases the risk.
Source = Medical news today by Catherine Paddock PhD