Colon Cancer Prevention with a Plant-Based Diet

@inproceedings{2017ColonCP,
  title={Colon Cancer Prevention with a Plant-Based Diet},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
It has long been known that vegetarians have a substantially reduced risk of colon cancer. Several studies have shown that vegetarians have a reduced risk of colon cancer of 46%-88%, and, as might be expected, a 54% reduced risk of colon adenoma, plus a 200% reduced risk of advanced adenoma. Vegetarians also have a lower prevalence of risk factors for colon cancer. These include a much lower risk of hyperinsulinemia secondary to metabolic syndrome, lower risk of obesity, and a much lower risk… CONTINUE READING

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