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Generous intake of healthy foods, such as fruits and vegetables, may contribute positively to the prevention of stomach cancer.
Diets rich in vitamins and fibers are associated with low stomach cancer risk.
Regular consumption of magnesium-rich foods, such as legumes, whole grains, and green vegetables, may cut down metabolic syndrome risk in older Americans.
High intake of diets rich in soy foods and isoflavones may contribute positively to the prevention of breast cancer in premenopausal Japanese women.
Generous intake of alcohol may accelerate the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Japanese men and women.
Generous intake of diets high in whole grains may significantly cut down metabolic syndrome risk.
Low all-cause and cardiovascular disease mortality risks are associated with high whole-grain breakfast cereal consumption in US adult males.
High intake of whole grains may reduce hypertension risk in women.
Decreased colorectal cancer risk is associated with increased dietary intake of folate.
Generous intake of Mediterranean diets may decrease women’s susceptibility to breast cancer.
High consumption of diets rich in folic acid may inhibit the development cancerous cells in the pancreas.