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Herbal Remedy | Soybean, Prevent Breast Cancer Since Puberty

Soybean, Prevent Breast Cancer Since Puberty
Scientific EVIDENCE that soybean useful for the prevention of the disease appears to continue to develop cancer, especially to breast cancer. Beans are rich in matrix protein is believed to having great potential against the growth of breast cancer, especially if being consumed since puberty.

The researchers from the Georgetown Medical Center in a research report published British Journal of Cancer emphasized that adolescent should be diligent to consume food made from soybean, if you want to avoid the risk of breast cancer. In soybeans, according to researchers are a kind of important chemical substance called genistein which claimed effective against cancer.

Despite the challenges still faced by most researchers in the use of substances in soy is genistein. They need to make sure how soy can be used appropriately to provide protection for women from adolescence this vicious disease.

“The time seems important in the use of this bioactive food and if we can reveal why this substance can protect, then we can provide breast cancer prevention in a broader scope,” said researcher Leena Hilaviki-Clarke PhD, professor of Oncology Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center in Georgetown.

Soybean cure breast cancerWhile there are various theories that explain the relationship with the soybean cancer prevention. “But this time there is no convincing explanation of why the effect of decreasing the risk of cancer is stronger during infancy and early puberties,” he added.

So far, there are three new research examining the benefits of soy in puberty and the impact on the development of advanced-stage breast cancer. Two of the research is focused on Asian women who use to consume soybean in her daily food menus.

This research indicates that soy offers a protective effect that is very strong - that is approximately 50 percent decrease in risk of breast cancer - when consumed during childhood and early adolescence.

According Hilakivi-Clarke, most evidence is revealed through a variety of research on mice. From animal research, the data on genistein exposure during the pre puberty are very consistent in showing a decrease cancer risk. Genistein exposure in the development of the fetus or the adult does not show the same impact protection.

Tests on mice further indicates that the use of genistein in puberty can press the TEB (terminal end buds) quality or structures that cause the growth of the epithelia mammary network, where its cell overlay the milk line, and in this epithelial cells the breast cancer usually grows.

Source: sciencedaily



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