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The latest on soy and breast cancer: What you need to know

October 4, 2014 by


Could your daily soy lattes up your risk of breast cancer or lend a protective effect? So far, the research has been conflicting. While some studies have shown that soy can increase tumor growth at the cellular level, other research has found that soy may actually have a protective effect. However, most of what we […]

Food Safe Guru Daily Op Ed – Is “pink” the new bad food buzzword?

April 1, 2012 by


“Pink” is a nice spring color. If you look at the spring catalogues, it is awash with pink. Easter and Passover are a few days away, and pink Easter eggs, and horseradish (red but close enough to pink) to be a holiday favorites. “Pink slime” is the media buzzword for lean finely textured beef. Call […]

Cadmium in diet may increase breast cancer risk

March 17, 2012 by


By Anna Azvolinsky MyHealthNewsDaily Ingesting higher levels of cadmium, a metal found in fertilizers, may be linked to an increased risk of breast cancer, a new study from Sweden suggests. The results showed that postmenopausal women with a relatively high daily dietary cadmium intake had a 21 percent increased risk of breast cancer. The major […]