Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 15th, 2001
C.L. Rock and colleagues at the University of California at San Diego reported that while cutting fats was not associated with significant weight loss, increasing intake of fiber, fruit, and vegetables was.
The researchers also found that weight loss following intensive diet intervention does not interfere with testing for the effects that substantial dietary change may have on the risks for recurrent breast cancer.
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