Year Published: 2015
Gynecol Obstet Invest
Soriano-Hernandez A.D; Madrigal-Perez D.G.; Galvan-Salazar H.R.; Arreola-Cruz A; Briseño-Gomez L; Guzmán-Esquivel J; Dobrovinskaya O; Lara-Esqueda A; Rodríguez-Sanchez I.P.; Baltazar-Rodriguez L.M.; Espinoza-Gomez F; Martinez-Fierro M.L; de-Leon-Zaragoza L.; Olmedo-Buenrostro B.A; Delgado-Enciso I.
This study was conducted in Mexico, and compared the diets of 97 breast cancer (BRC) patients to 102 normal (control) patients. Authors examined nut consumption and risk of breast cancer.
A high consumption of peanuts, walnuts, or almonds was associated with a 2-3x reduced risk of breast cancer.