After some investigation on guinea mice, they found that this product can actively fight against breast cancer.
Pregnant female rodents to feed spiked with walnuts, and they continued to feed the mice were born throughout life. The risk of breast cancer in this group of animals was reduced by 2 times.
Furthermore, if the tumor is still, and there were, were not cancerous. Professor Elaine Hardman says, and advises women to eat 50-55 grams of walnuts a day.