Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA)-published research has found vegetarian Seventh-day Adventist men and women have a lower risk of developing colorectal cancer than meat eating folks from the same religion.
Research investigating the effect of different dietary patterns on colorectal cancer risk has found that meat-based diets and those rich in sugar are associated with increased risks, while diets that are plant-based are linked to lower risks.
A common genetic variant that affects 1 in 3 people could significantly increase the risk of developing colorectal cancer from the consumption of red meat and processed meat, according to new research.
Choline, a nutrient found in meat, eggs and dairy products, has
been linked to a possible increase in the risk of colorectal cancer
in women, reveals a study published in the Journal of the
National Cancer Institute.