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“…Similarly, another study described a reduced risk of breast cancer in women with a high intake of vitamin D [29]. In contrast, an increased risk of estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer was observed in women who were committed to a diet high in grains, dairy, and sugar and low in vegetables and fish [30]. A dose-response meta-analysis investigating the relationship between egg consumption and the risk of breast, prostate, and ovarian cancers revealed non-significant increase in breast cancer risk, although it was suggested that a positive association between egg intake and fatal prostate and ovarian cancers with an increase in egg consumption to five eggs per week could not be ruled out [31].…”
Section: Nutrition and Cancer Riskmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…Similarly, another study described a reduced risk of breast cancer in women with a high intake of vitamin D [29]. In contrast, an increased risk of estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer was observed in women who were committed to a diet high in grains, dairy, and sugar and low in vegetables and fish [30]. A dose-response meta-analysis investigating the relationship between egg consumption and the risk of breast, prostate, and ovarian cancers revealed non-significant increase in breast cancer risk, although it was suggested that a positive association between egg intake and fatal prostate and ovarian cancers with an increase in egg consumption to five eggs per week could not be ruled out [31].…”
Section: Nutrition and Cancer Riskmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…This has been supported by multiple epidemiological studies, where a reduced ratio of ω-6:ω-3 PUFAs has been indicated to have beneficial effects ( 25 27 ). Studies have also demonstrated that a modern diet is related to estrogen receptor (ER) negative breast cancer risk among taller women (≥160 cm tall) ( 28 ).…”
Section: Implication Of ω-3 and ω-6 Fatty Acids In Breast Cancermentioning
confidence: 99%