Getting Rid of Meat in Your Diet May Lower Cancer Risk – Consumer Health News

THURSDAY, Feb. 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) — People who go meat-free, or at least put limits on it, may have lower risks of some of the most common cancers, a new, large study suggests.

British researchers stressed that their findings do not prove definitively that vegetarian/vegan diets cut people’s cancer risks. In fact, there was evidence that body weight may explain some of the benefits.


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