Breast Cancer Starts Off, Almost, Always, In Childhood

A research states, breast cancer is significantly associated with the diet that a woman eats when she is young.
The study says that a girl?s diet and her level of exercise and physical activity decide the chances, of her developing breast cancer.
A clinical trial was conducted on 1146 girls from the time of birth to the age of 13 years.
Professor Jaak Janssens, the president of the European Cancer Prevention Organization, in Belgium guided the trial.
He said that the breast is highly susceptible from the very beginning of development.
A lack of exercise, sedentary lifestyle, childhood obesity, and a high intake of processed foods were powerful determining factors.
85 {abffe3e1318a9624791ae4064333f2f75374704dc13d09152fd440b16c9e1c0c} of all cancers are linked to dietary errors, irregular lifestyle, and environmental factors.
The goal in the prevention of cancers, is to reduce the exposure to the controllable factors that are linked to cancer.

Dietary management for breast cancer
Breast cancer management requires a surgical intervention.
Mastectomy (partial, complete, or radical) is the surgical treatment of choice, with or without radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Along side, following certain dietary prescriptions and guidelines speeds up the recovery process and eases the symptoms of the cancer.
1. Eat small, frequent meals.
2. Stay well hydrated and drink adequate quantities of water through the day. Dehydration can have several unfavorable effects.
3. Drink a high protein smoothie twice a day.
4. Including good quality proteins in the diet is a very important aspect of the dietary management. Proteins are very vital, especially when the patient shows signs of cachexia (excessive weight loss) and / or is on to chemotherapy.
5. Incorporate lots of fresh fruits and vegetables in the diet. They are rich sources of anti-oxidants.