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Higher density of breast tissue has been linked to a higher risk of breast cancer.Often sold as 'AMLA powder,' Indian Gooseberry has the highest concentration of antioxidants on earth.It also improves metabolic activity, assists with calcium absorption and assists with improving eyesight.This is because the main ingredient found in soya, isoflavones, reduces tumor cells in women with breast cancer who don't respond to hormonal drugs, according to a team from Tufts University, in Massachusetts.Dr Omer Kucuk, of the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, who reviewed the study, said: 'We now have evidence soy foods not only prevent breast cancer, but also benefit women who have breast cancer.'Therefore, we can recommend women to consume soy foods because of soy's many health benefits.'However, charity Breast Cancer Care said that research on the effects of soya is inconclusive.