Substituting preserved vegetables with fresh vegetables in our diet may reduce our chances of developing colorectal polyps.
Sticking to a non-vegetarian diet may put an individual at high risk of developing asymptomatic colonic diverticulosis.
Regular intake of non-vegetarian diets may boost an individual's odds of developing reflux esophagitis.
Fondness for legumes may help ward off colorectal polyps in African-Americans.
Low consumers of fruits and vegetables may have a high tendency to develop colorectal polyps.
High intake of fruits and vegetables may help halt the transformation of colorectal polyps to cancerous tumors.
Regular drinking of alcohol may put men at high risk of developing stomach cancer.
Fondness for soy foods may help cut down mortality rates from cancer, cardiovascular ailments, and other chronic diseases.
High dietary exposure to flavonoids may help curb cognitive decline in men and women.