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4 Cancers That a Vegetarian Diet PreventsWant to avoid blood, bone marrow, bladder and stomach cancer? (Um, yes.) Try a vegetarian diet
1 July 2009
A new study published by the British Journal of Cancer and detailed by the BBC said there was a clear correlation between vegetarianism and a reduced cancer risk for those four cancers.
Blood and lymph cancers were half as common, bone marrow cancer was 75% less common and stomach cancer 66% less common.......
Nature's folates work best for lowering colorectal cancer risk
Link: Vegetarian diets are fine/Vegetarians have been pretty confident about this -- and it likely comes as no surprise to anyone capable of understanding a nutrition label....
Link: Vegetarian Diets Can Help Prevent Chronic Diseases, American Dietetic Association Says
Link: Vegetarian Diets Linked To Protection From Certain Cancers
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