Drinking more than 2 cups of coffee per day appears to be associated with reduced tumour-specific insulin-like growth factor receptor 1 levels as well as an improved prognosis amongst tamoxifen- or radiotherapy-treated individuals with breast cancer but only if they were not overweight or obese

In June 2018 researchers from Sweden published the results of their study to assess the role of coffee consumption on the prognosis of breast cancer and possible associations with tumor-specific … Read more

Supplementing the diet with a combination of multiple immune-supporting nutrients, including vitamins A, E, B6 and B12, folate, iron, copper and selenium but especially vitamins C and D and zinc, may improve immune function and reduce the risk of infection

In January 2020 researchers from the USA and Switzerland published their review on nutrients and the immune system. It has been established that multiple nutrients, including vitamins A, D, C, … Read more