Acids found in coffee, fruit and vegetables may help prevent breast cancer

Breast cancer risk after menopause may be lowered by as much as 65% by consuming more food and liquids with certain kinds of phenolic acids, some of which can be found in coffee, fruits and vegetables, according to findings presented at the European Congress on Obesity.

Source: Acids found in coffee, fruit and vegetables may help prevent breast cancer

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