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Breast Cancer Patients Warned To Avoid Soya Milk

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Medical experts have warned that women should not start consuming soya milk after a Medical experts have warned that women should not start consuming soya milk after a breast cancer diagnosis, because it may limit the effectiveness of treatment.

Tamoxifen could be inhibited due to soya’s active compound, genistein, interfering with the medicine’s action, a study found.

Paradoxically, the naturally-occurring ingredient remains safe for women if it formed part of their diet before diagnosis, scientists claim.

It is considered a healthy alternative to dairy milk – and is famously popular among the yummy mummy crowd. diagnosis, because it may limit the effectiveness of treatment.

Tamoxifen could be inhibited due to soya’s active compound, genistein, interfering with the medicine’s action, a study found.

Paradoxically, the naturally-occurring ingredient remains safe for women if it formed part of their diet before diagnosis, scientists claim.

It is considered a healthy alternative to dairy milk – and is famously popular among the yummy mummy crowd.

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