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A New Study Says Red Wine, Coffee, Fruits, And Vegetables Might Prevent Breast Cancer


A new study developed by Spain’s University of Navarra and University of Jaen claims a diet filled with coffee, red wine, fruits, and vegetables can help prevent breast cancer in women, Yahoo! reports.

The research followed 11,028 women and their diets over the course of 12 years and was specifically looking at the link between phenolic acids and breast cancer. They found that those consuming the greatest amounts of hydroxycinnamic acids (a type of phenolic acid) had 62 percent reduced risk of the cancer versus the women who consumed less of the acids.

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