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Eating large quantities of red meat may be associated with elevated total, cancer, and cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality risk.
High intake of pickled vegetables may be strongly associated with the development of oesophageal cancer.
High intake of eggs, poultry, and red meat may increase the spread of cancerous cells in prostate cancer patients and the chances of developing the disease in healthy men.
High intake of eggs, meat, and milk, which are excellent sources of choline, may increase the risk of prostate cancer development.
High intake of well-cooked red meat promotes the development of colorectal adenomas.
High intake of dietary fat promotes prostate cancer development, progression, and re-occurrence.
Milk protein, casein, may promote the proliferation of prostate cancer cells, such as PC3 and LNCaP.
High saturated fat intake may increase a prostate cancer patient's risk of dying from that prostate cancer.
A very low fat, high fiber diet may lower the risk of developing breast cancer.