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Fiber Intake Improves Survival Rates Of Colorectal Cancer

Fiber Intake Improves Survival Rates Of Colorectal Cancer

A new study showed that fiber intake improves survival rates of colorectal cancer. JAMA Oncology published it on Jan. 18, 2018 online. 121,000 people were part of the study. First of all, this group consisted of males from the Health Professionals Follow-up Study. In addition there we
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Prevent Colon Cancer

Prevent Colon Cancer

An online publication on Jan. 10, 2018 says you can prevent colon cancer with broccoli yoghurt. This may sound like an unusual combination, but experiments by Professor Matthew Chang and Dr. Chun-Loong Ho from Singapore University were very clear in showing the following facts: A harm
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More Cancer With Alcohol

More Cancer With Alcohol

We are getting more cancer with alcohol says the World Cancer Congress. Alcohol was causing more than 700,000 cancer cases and more than 366,0000 cancer deaths in 2012. Researchers compared cancer risks of drinkers to the risks of non-drinkers. 5% of new cancer rates and 4.5% of termi
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Lycopenes Are Linked To Lower Mortality

Lycopenes Are Linked To Lower Mortality

Lycopenes are linked to lower mortality. Lycopenes are the red pigments of tomatoes. Researchers from Omaha, Nebraska found that it is the lycopenes in tomatoes and watermelons that lower mortality.  They analyzed data on 2499 participants from the National Health and Nutrition Examin
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Vitamin D Reduces Cancer Rates

Vitamin D Reduces Cancer Rates

Here are two studies, which found independently from each other that a reduction in cancer rates resulted from taking a simple supplement, vitamin D3. 1. Vitamin D3 supplementation made a big difference in terms of survival in 17,332 cases of cancer that were pooled by researchers fro
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Colon Cancer Risk Reduced In Two Weeks

Colon Cancer Risk Reduced In Two Weeks

Gastroenterologist Dr. Stephen O’Keefe of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine recruited 20 black men in the US and 20 men in rural South Africa. He did an experiment of only two weeks where he exchanged their diets. The African men in South Africa were fed American fast fo
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Colorectal Cancer Low In Fish-Eating Vegetarians

Colorectal Cancer Low In Fish-Eating Vegetarians

Researchers from Loma Linda University followed 77,659 men and women who were from the Seventh-Day Adventist Churches for 7 years. This church group has been researched in the past as it is a cohesive cohort of non-smokers and non-drinkers. Many are also vegetarians, but not all. Food
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