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  • The typical meat-sweet diet is deficient in so many nutrients that it causes premature aging of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA that means it makes you look and feel older and more tired than you should, and predisposes you to many debilitating health problems.

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  • The study found that postmenopausal Asian women who eat a "meat-sweet" or Western diet are at greater risk of developing breast cancer than those who eat a "vegetable-soy" diet, reported News Wise wire.

    Diet Causes Breast Cancer | Impact Lab

  • The "meat-sweet" diet includes various meats like pork, poultry, beef and lamb and seafood as well as candy, dessert, bread and milk.

    Diet Causes Breast Cancer | Impact Lab

  • The “meat-sweet” pattern was significantly associated with increased risk of breast cancer among overweight postmenopausal women.

    Western Diet Linked to Breast Cancer in Asian Women

  • Through in-person interviews with the Shanghai study participants and residents of Shanghai, researchers established the existence of two primary dietary patterns—the “meat-sweet” diet and a “vegetable-soy” diet.

    Western Diet Linked to Breast Cancer in Asian Women

  • The “meat-sweet” diet includes various meats—primarily pork but also poultry, organ meats, beef and lamb and with saltwater fish, shrimp and other shellfish as well as candy, dessert, bread and milk.

    Western Diet Linked to Breast Cancer in Asian Women

  • Specifically, high intake of the “meat-sweet” pattern was associated with a greater than twofold increased risk of estrogen-receptor-positive ER+ breast cancer among these women.

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  • Newswise — Postmenopausal Asian women who eat a “meat-sweet” or Western diet are at greater risk of developing breast cancer than those who eat a “vegetable-soy” diet, according to a new study.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Naturally, if you’re accustomed to eating a meat-sweet diet, these foods may not appeal to you at first glance, but I suggest you try our recipes because it’s very likely you’ve had one or more of these items improperly prepared.

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  • At the risk of alienating dyed-in-the-wool devotees of “meat-sweet,” which is what nutritional scientists disparagingly call the American diet, it’s best to eat lean, plant-based foods.

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  • high in fats, high in sugars. refers to the high fat, high sugar diet.

    November 9, 2015