1 regular exercise:
recently, a research report published on the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in the United States pointed out that sports can make the incidence of breast cancer in women after menopause to reduce the rate of 60%. A study of 25624 women in Norway found that those who exercised for at least 4 hours a week reduced their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 37%.
exercise can prevent breast cancer, the fundamental reason is that it can control the body fat. A Harvard University study showed that after 18 years of rapid weight gain in women, compared with women who maintain normal weight for a long time, the risk of breast cancer later menopause was nearly twice as high.
3 do not drink:
U.S. experts believe that if you drink wine every day, then your risk of breast cancer increased 11%; two times a day, the risk is 24%; if you drink every day more than two times, then the danger was increased to 40%. So, advise the ladies like drinking, it is best not to drink more than 3 times a week, but the amount should not overdo sth..
4 take vitamin D:
‘s latest findings suggest that vitamin D has a protective effect against breast cancer. The study found that the risk of breast cancer in women who took 200 international units per day (about a total of about two teaspoons of vitamin D powder containing vitamin D) reduced their risk of breast cancer by about 30%. Doctors recommend that women under the age of 50 and at least 200 international units of vitamin D per day, while women over the age of 50, had better take between 400 and 600 IU of vitamin D per day.
is associated with vitamin D, the sun can also reduce the incidence of breast cancer, because the skin only in the sun to synthesize vitamin D. For most people, 10 to 15 minutes a day is enough for people to maintain the body’s vitamin D, experts say.
however, some experts suggested that too much skin is exposed to sunlight, the risk of skin cancer will increase, therefore, the sun also should not overdo sth..
(internship editor: Deng Yongqi)