New study claims carrots can help cut breast cancer risk by 60%

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Feb 28: A new study has found that eating carrots regularly can slash your risk of developing breast cancer by 60%.

The research found women with high levels of vitamins called carotenes, which can also be found in vegetables like spinach and red peppers, in their blood faced a lower risk of developing certain types of breast cancer, the Mirror reported.

Richard Berks, senior research communications officer at Breast Cancer Now, said that people have long known that a healthy diet, carrots included, can help to lower your risk of breast cancer because it helps to maintain a healthy weight.

Berks noted that while it’s really important to eat vegetables as part of a balanced diet, there is unfortunately no such thing as a superfood when it comes to breast cancer risk. “Everyone can reduce their risk of breast cancer and many other diseases through healthy lifestyle choices, such as maintaining a healthy weight, having a varied and balanced diet, being more active, and limiting your alcohol intake, ” he added.

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