Meat Consumption and Colorectal Cancer: Research Confirms “Convincing” Connection
July 31, 2014
The link between red and processed meat to colorectal cancer was reconfirmed in a 2014 review of research conducted by the National Cancer Institute.
The findings were “convincing,” said the investigators of the studies they analyzed, which included a major 2007 report by the World Cancer Research Foundation and the American Institute for Cancer Research.
In the new report, the relationship between meat consumption and other cancers were said to be not as clear.
Click below to access the studies:
Meat, Dairy, and Cancer. National Cancer Institute.
Meat Consumption Patterns – Highest in Industrialized Countries. World Cancer Research Foundation.
Landmark Report: Excess Body Fat Causes Cancer. American Institute for Cancer Research.
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