Women who ate at least three servings a day of apples, bananas and grapes as teenagers were 25% less likely to have developed breast cancer in middle age than women who said that they ate only a half serving of those fruits daily.
There also was some benefit, but less of it, linked to eating oranges and/kale. Fruit juice of any type did not seemed linked to lower breast cancer risk.
Source: Bottom Line Personal October 2017 Study of the questionnaires of more than 44,000 women by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, published in The BMJ.
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