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Egg Consumption Increases Prostate Cancer Risk

Egg Consumption Increases Prostate Cancer Risk

There is now very good evidence that egg consumption increases prostate cancer risk. But apart from eggs there are other dangers, namely the consumption of red meats and even poultry. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, the University of California in San Francisco c
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Why We Are Addicted To Certain Foods

Why We Are Addicted To Certain Foods

Recently there was an article about bacon on CNN and why we are addicted to certain foods. Certainly one of the foods that many people get addicted to is bacon. Let us take a look at the production first. Bacon contains sugar and salt The abdominal wall of a pig is where bacon origina
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Global Diet Saves Lives

Global Diet Saves Lives

A new publication in the Lancet stated that a global diet saves lives.  Several scientists concluded that we eat too much sugar and red meat. In the planetary health diet there would be a reduction of 50% in sugar and red meat consumption. When people start eating less red meat, there
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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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Plant Protein Is Better Than Animal Protein

Plant Protein Is Better Than Animal Protein

A large study from Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA showed that plant protein is better than animal protein. They showed this with a large group of study participants. And they used a fixed end point, namely mortally rates. The prospective cohort study of US health care professional
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Western Diet Bad For Prostate Cancer

Western Diet Bad For Prostate Cancer

1. A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health followed 926 men aged 40 to 84 who were diagnosed with prostate cancer, but whose cancer had not yet spread. The patients were monitored for approximately 10 years. The diet of the patients was analyzed 5 years after the di
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