NCI dietary guidelines: rationale.

@article{Butrum1988NCIDG,
  title={NCI dietary guidelines: rationale.},
  author={Ritva R. Butrum and Carolyn K. Clifford and Elaine Lanza},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1988},
  volume={48 3 Suppl},
  pages={
          888-95
        }
}
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) believes that the potential for dietary changes to reduce the risk of cancer is considerable and that the existing scientific data provide evidence that is sufficiently consistent to warrant prudent interim dietary guidelines that will promote good health and reduce the risk of some types of cancer. Six interim dietary guidelines and their scientific rationale are discussed herein. The evidence presented for the scientific rationale is based on the 1982… CONTINUE READING

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