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This summary table contains detailed information about research studies. Summary tables are a useful way to look at the science behind many breast cancer guidelines and recommendations. Learn how to read a research table. Introduction: Eating a high-fat diet as an adult appears to have little, if any, impact on breast cancer risk. Studies have found no link between eating a diet high in total fat and breast cancer risk. Although total fat does not appear to increase breast cancer risk, the type of fat in your diet may be important. This topic is under study. Some findings have shown women who ate a diet high in total fat during their teen years had an increased risk of breast cancer before menopause compared to women who at a diet low in total fat during their teen years .
By Genevra Pittman, Reuters Health. Past studies have come to differing conclusions on a possible association between dietary fat and breast cancer. Whether the two are even linked at all remains controversial. The new report, a second analysis of a large, long-term study, suggests that fat may play a role in the development of certain forms of the disease but not others, the authors said. Still, it cannot prove that a high-fat diet is the reason any of the women got cancer. Saturated fat in the diet most often comes from meat and other animal products like butter and cheese. They filled out questionnaires about their diet and lifestyle and were followed for an average of 11 to 12 years. During that time, about 10, of the women were diagnosed with breast cancer.