Women who follow the 5:2 diet ‘could reduce their risk of breast cancer’ – Daily Mail


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Women who follow the 5:2 diet 'could reduce their risk of breast cancer'
Daily Mail
Researchers claim the 5:2 diet, as it's most commonly known, can lead to cancer-preventing changes in the breast tissue. The plan involves two days a week on a low-carb, low-calorie diet, with the remaining five days being spent on a healthy, …

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