PB&Just less breast cancer in girls

Eating peanuts or peanut butter regularly when young could reduce the risk of breast cancer later in life for women, according to a new study.

Girls that eat peanut butter could reduce breast cancer risk by 39 percent, according to a new study in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. The research was noted on foodbev.com. Whether the peanut butter was smooth or crunchy apparently made no difference.

The research suggested that girls aged nine to 15 who ate a serving of peanut butter

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