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Soy, cruciferous vegetable intake improves treatment-related symptoms in breast cancer survivors | News for Doctor, Nurse, Pharmacist | Oncology | MIMS Malaysia
 

Soy, cruciferous vegetable intake improves treatment-related symptoms in breast cancer survivors | News for Doctor, Nurse, Pharmacist | Oncology | MIMS Malaysia

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Soy, cruciferous vegetable intake improves treatment-related symptoms in breast cancer survivors | MIMS Malaysia
 
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19 Dec 2017 - General
 
Soy has already been well-documented to be rich in estrogen and can aid in controlling menopausal symptoms by making it a staple in a female's diet. It is very rich in this hormone that males have been warned to limit soy intake as it may cause gynecomastia and hormonal imbalance. An interesting part of this article is the intake of cruciferous vegetables in reducing menopausal symptoms. This group of vegetables block estrogen production yet seem to reduce menopause symptoms. Further investi...
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