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Regards the site. THE BREAST CANCER PREVENTION DIET: AVOID SATURATED FATS
The major danger of these fats lies in their ability to increase insulin levels. The outer layer of your muscle is what allows sugar to pass into the muscle cell. However, if you have a diet high in saturated fats, that outer layer will pass sugar with a great deal more difficulty. That makes your muscle much more resistant to the effects of insulin, which will cause your blood fat levels to rise. The body then has to make more insulin, which increases the risk of breast cancer. Twelve case-controlled studies link a high saturated fat intake with breast cancer. Saturated fats are found in whole-fat dairy products, cheeses, and red meats. A high intake of saturated fats can also triple your risk of heart disease. If you do not have excess body fat, then these saturated fats may be eaten in moderate quantities: Game meat, chicken, eggs, chocolate, low-fat cheese, and butter blends with olive oil are the safest best. Fatty red meats are a different story.