Source: Daily Mail
Eating plenty of cereal, bread and potatoes may boost the risk of breast cancer recurring in survivors, say scientists.
A study found that former sufferers who followed a starch-rich diet were more likely to develop tumours compared to those who reduced their intake.
Researchers are unable to explain the trend but it is believed that increased insulin levels, sparked by refined carbohydrates, could stimulate the growth of cancerous cells.
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