Many risk factors for breast cancer are controllable. For example, diets with less processed foods made, such as white flour, are linked to reduced cases of breast cancer.
This has been found in multiple broad studies throughout the world. A high intake of refined carbohydrates is associated with increased breast cancer incidence.
It’s easy to reduce this risk factor, simply eat more unrefined carbohydrates such as whole, unprocessed grains and less simple sugars and processed grains. Beans, peas, lentils, nuts and seeds are also excellent sources of unrefined carbohydrate.