Those women in the highest score group for adolescent diet had a 35% higher risk for premenopausal breast cancer relative to those in the lowest score group.
Thus, Dr. Zhang declared that they did not meet a negative effect of soy on women who underwent hormone therapies. The association between isoflavone intake and reduced mortality was strongest in women with tumors that lacked estrogen and progesterone receptors. However, the researchers excluded alcohol from their analysis because it is a known risk factor for breast cancer.
Now, a study has said that women following the Mediterranean diet, which is rich in fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats and low in refined sugars and saturated fats, are 40 percent less likely to develop ER-negative breast cancer.
He said: 'Our research can help to shine a light on how dietary patterns can affect our cancer risk.
Women were then divided into five groups based on the inflammatory scores for their high school diets.
"Because of this disparity, it remains unknown whether isoflavone consumption should be encouraged or avoided for breast cancer patients", he said.
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A MEDITERRANEAN-style diet can cut the risk of developing a deadly form of breast cancer by as much as 40 per cent, a study says.
This drop in the mortality risk was noticed only in women who had hormone receptor-negative cancer and women who had not been taking anti-estrogen therapy such as tamoxifen.
Following a Mediterranean diet only had a weak non-significant effect on the risk of hormone-sensitive ER-positive breast cancer, the study found. Emma Pennery, clinical director of charity Breast Cancer Care, called the study "intriguing".
The findings, which were published Monday in the journal Cancer, follow other studies that suggested soy slowed the growth of breast cancer cells in labs and in East Asian women with breast cancer, yet decreased the efficacy of hormone therapy to treat breast cancer, Dr. Fang Fang Zhang, of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, said in a news release.
"Our findings suggest that survival may be better in patients with a higher consumption of isoflavones". L., Daly, M., Buys, S.S., and John, E. M. (2017). An adolescent and early adulthood dietary pattern associated with inflammation and the incidence of breast cancer. The school's eight degree programs - which focus on questions relating to nutrition and chronic diseases, molecular nutrition, agriculture and sustainability, food security, humanitarian assistance, public health nutrition, and food policy and economics - are renowned for the application of scientific research to national and global policy.