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 One more scientific evidence about the benefits of breastfeeding (breast milk) in women. A study showed that women who breastfed for six months will have a reduced risk of death from cancer by 10 percent.

The conclusion is part of a research study from Imperial College London on the implementation of a healthy lifestyle as recommended by the World Cancer Research Fund / American Institute for Cancer Research (WCRF / AICR).

In the study, researchers studied nearly 380 thousand people in six European countries for 12 years. They found that people who live a healthy life style will reduce deaths from various diseases by up to 34 percent.

The recommendations include maintaining a normal weight, being physically active, eating and drinking that help reduce weight, eating lots of vegetables and fruits, reduce the consumption of meat and alcohol minumal, and – in the case of new mothers – giving breastfed at least six months.

Specifically about breastfeeding, women who breastfed for six months to reduce the risk of dying from cancer by 10 percent. In addition, exclusive breastfeeding for six months also cut the chance of dying from heart attack and stroke by 17 percent.

“The European community study is the first to show a strong link between Yag follow the recommendation WCRF / AICR with reduced risk of death from cancer, circulatory disease, and penafasan,” said one researcher, Teresa Norat of Imperial College London

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