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Studies on the effect of flaxseed on colon and mammary carcinogenesis.

Maria Rose.* Serraino

Studies on the effect of flaxseed on colon and mammary carcinogenesis.

by Maria Rose.* Serraino

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Specifically, early research suggests that flaxseed may lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol ("bad cholesterol"). It does not seem to have much effect on HDL cholesterol ("good cholesterol") or triglycerides, although partially defatted flaxseed (which is flaxseed that has some of the fat removed) may actually increase triglycerides. While flaxseed oil may be beneficial to those suffering from inflammatory bowel disease, currently there are no studies or evidence showing that flaxseed oil reduces IBS symptoms. As a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseed oil as part of a .

The Flax Council of Canada is a national organization which promotes Canadian flax and flax products for nutritional and industrial uses in domestic and international markets. Established in with full representation from all agricultural and industrial flax interests, the Flax Council promotes the advancement of flax and flax products. New studies shows flaxseed is highly effective against ovarian and breast cancers New research from the University of Illinois School of Medicine has shown that nutritional intervention with flaxseed targets the pathways regulating branching morphogenesis, a fundamental feature in the development of both ovarian and breast cancer.

In one set of experiments, they fed three groups of rats a high-fat diet, known to contribute to some cases of breast cancer. One group’s diet contained 5 percent flaxseed meal, a second group’s diet contained 10 percent flaxseed meal, and . The following is an in-depth analysis of the research into food (particularly fruits and vegetables) and how they may prevent, protect against, or possibly provide complementary, therapeutic effects for human cancers. This information originally appeared in my e-book, Green Smoothie Remedies & Prevention (). Cancer Protection & Antioxidants I am not suggesting that .


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Studies on the effect of flaxseed on colon and mammary carcinogenesis by Maria Rose.* Serraino Download PDF EPUB FB2

Few studies of the effect of putative prebiotics on colon cancer risk have been reported. Reddy et al. () examined the effect of diets containing 10% oligofructose or inulin on the development of aberrant crypts in azoxymethane-treated rats.

Both fructans reduced the number of aberrant crypts per colon, with inulin being somewhat more Cited by:   This study determined whether over the long term flaxseed still experts a colon cancer protective effect, whether its effect may, in part, be due to its high content of SD and whether any change in β-glucuronidase activity plays a role in the protective by: Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers and the second most responsible for cancer mortality worldwide.

Inin Portugal approximat people died of cancer, of which 1, were women with breast cancer. Flaxseed has been one of the most studied foods, regarding possible relations to breast cancer, though mainly in experimental studies in Cited by: In human studies, ingestion of 25 g/day flaxseed for 4 weeks down-regulated Ki by 34%, increased apoptosis by 30%, and reduced HER2neu by 71% in human breast cancer.

Similar effects have been reported in two clinical studies of flaxseed and prostate cancer (29, 30). These qualities suggest a potential benefit of flaxseed in the adjuvant Cited by: 6.

Flaxseeds and Flaxseed Oil may Reduce Cancer Risk. A study published in Mutation Research Journal showed that eating a diet containing flaxseeds may reduce the risk for genetic damage by up to 30%.; Researchers in South Dakota looked at the incidence of colon tumors, tumor size and cancer in flaxseed or corn meal diets.

Cancer Research Serralno M & Thompson L () The effect of flaxseed supplementation on early risk markers for mammary carcinogenesis. Cancer Letters *Serraino M & Thompson L (a) The effect of flaxseed supplementation on the initiation and promotional stages of mammary tumorigenesis.

Nutrition and Cancer Cited by: The influence of flaxseed and lignans on colon carcinogenesis and beta-glucuronidase activity. Jenab M(1), Thompson LU.

Author information: (1)Department of Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario, by: In experimental studies, dietary fat generally enhances chemically-induced skin, liver, pancreatic, and mammary carcinogenesis, whereas conflicting results have been observed in.

Flax seed can inhibit colon carcinogenesis in cell cultures and animal models, and this preventive effect might be attributed to the high level of ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, dietary fibers. Nonetheless, if decreased cell proliferation, as seen in the descending colon and reduced AC and AC foci numbers are indeed associated with reduced cancer risk, then these results suggest a protective effect of flaxseed on colon cancer risk at the promotional stage of carcinogenesis, i.e., after carcinogen by: Abstract.

Epidemiological studies suggest that diets rich in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables are associated with a lower risk of cancer. 1 Although the low fat and high fiber content of such diets appear to contribute to their health benefits, many studies suggest that their non-nutritive components or phytochemicals also contribute to anticancer by: 3.

But there's reason to believe that regularly eating flaxseed can potentially help lower the risk of colon cancer—and a number of other diseases. The seed is a highly concentrated source of cancer-fighting, heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids; a single tablespoon contains more than 2 grams.

Flaxseed may help improve menopausal symptoms and reduce blood pressure, but evidence of its ability to improve cholesterol levels is mixed. Flaxseed is a concentrated source of phytoestrogenic compounds called lignans, which have hormone-like effects on the body.

These lignans are likely the reason why flaxseed can affect menstrual cycle. Fatty acid composition of dietary fat, primarily the levels of n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, has shown profound effect on colon tumor development in animal studies. Fats containing n-6 fatty acids (for example, corn oil) enhanced and n-3 fatty acids (for example, fish oil and mustard oil) reduced chemically induced colon tumors in rats.

IP-6, inositol hexaphosphate, is a vitamin-like is found in animals and many plants, especially cereals, nuts, and legumes.

It can also be made in a laboratory. Some people use IP-6 to treat and prevent cancer, including prostate cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, and blood cancers. Researchers have been studying the role of IP-6 in.

Experimental studies have demonstrated many histopathological changes in the liver; such as hepatocytic necrosis, vacuolations of the cytoplasm and the nucleus, fragmentation of hepatocytes and sinusoids, fatty degeneration and vascular congestion of the central vein.6,7 Effect of Flaxseed Extract on the Liver Histological.

FlaxFx, A Research Study of the Effects of Flaxseed Lignans on Colon Health (FlaxFx) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by. Flaxseed oil is definitely beneficial - especially if it contains lignin.

I have never had any problems with it, and I have been consuming two tablespoons a day for the past three or so years. Ground flaxseed is a little different.

I know people who use it primarily as a source of fiber (both soluble and insoluble), thus the potential laxative. Flaxseed is the richest known dietary source of mammalian lignans.

Thompson et al. demonstrated that secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG), isolated from flaxseed, was metabolized into both enterodiol (END) and enterolactone (ENL), and showed chemopreventive properties in the DMBA-induced mammary tumor model in rats.

Serraino M, Thompson LU () The effect of flaxseed supplementation on early risk markers for mammary carcinogenesis. Cancer Lett – PubMed Google Scholar Serraino M, Thompson L (a) The effect of flaxseed supplementation on the initiation and promotional stages of mammary by: 4.

Flaxseed consumption may reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Researchers in one study found that flaxseed might help maintain overall prostate health and reduce the risk of an enlarged prostate.

Lignans are a group of phytonutrients which are widely distributed in the plant kingdom. Flaxseed is the richest source of providing lignan precursor such as secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG).

This article reviews the studies relevant to experimental models in animals and humans demonstrating the possible nutraceutical actions of SDG to prevent and alleviate .Thompson LU, Zhang L. Phytic acid and minerals: effect on early markers of risk for mammary and colon carcinogenesis.

Carcinogenesis ; View abstract.