We live in a world full of controversies that all too commonly result in a state of “more information needed”. One of these mysterious health controversies is breast cancer and its relation to fat and glucose. What is that relationship? How can we reduce the likelihood of breast cancer with diet and lifestyle? In other words, what should we eat? Perhaps the better question is, what shouldn’t we eat?
There seems to be a line split directly down the center on the conversation about dietary fat intake and its influence on breast cancer. There are smart people ranging from researchers to doctors all over the web who are quick to point out a flaw or take a side. You either think fat is actually a good thing to consume for an anti-cancer diet, or you think it’s the culprit behind the cancer. Not many take this subject lightly, and for good reason!