Tag: carotenoid

Carotenoid: A group of yellow, orange and red plant pigments. The most abundant carotenoids in the U.S. diet are alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, lutein, lycopene, and zeaxanthin.

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02/15/16
Beta-carotene shown to inhibit multidrug resistance in cancer cells
08/16/14
Circulating beta-cryptoxanthin, but not lycopene, linked to lower risk of breast cancer
02/18/14
High dietary intake of carotenoids linked to reduced breast cancer risk among Chinese women
12/18/12
High circulating carotenoid levels linked to lower risk of breast cancer
06/27/12
Lycopene inhibits ER+/PR+ breast cancer cell proliferation
01/31/12
Carotenoids in food reduce risk of breast cancer and recurrence
10/01/11
Use of vitamin C and vitamin E is associated with less breast cancer recurrence
08/30/11
Long-term zinc supplementation is associated with reduced risk of breast cancer
04/12/11
Vitamin A may reverse early malignant transformation of breast cells
04/03/11
Soy protein may heighten risk of breast cancer by influencing cell signaling
02/08/10
Dense breasts more likely with a family history of breast cancer - what to do
11/28/09
Carotenoids could help women with dense breasts to lower risk of breast cancer

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