All three human studies on soy and breast cancer survival suggest that soy in sufficient amounts may improve survival in women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Coffee consumption is associated with a modest reduction of total cancer incidence.
This is the fifth in my five-part series on the latest research on the impact of diet on breast cancer survival. For two videos on what not to eat, see: Breast Cancer Survival, Butterfat, and Chicken, and Breast Cancer Survival and Trans Fat. And soy joins flax seeds as something breast cancer survivors should probably go out of their way to eat; see Breast Cancer Survival and Lignan Intake, and Flax and Fecal Flora. There are many more videos on soy.
Note also that the JAMA study is open access, so you can download it by clicking on the link in the Sources Cited section, above.
For more context, check out my associated blog posts: Breast Cancer Survival and Soy; How Much Soy Is Too Much?; Are Bioidentical Hormones Safe?; Gerson Therapy for Cancer?; How Tumors Use Meat to Grow; Mushrooms for Breast Cancer Prevention; Why Less Breast Cancer in Asia?; Foods That May Block Cancer Formation; Flax and Breast Cancer Survival, and Breast Cancer & Alcohol: How Much Is Safe?.
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