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A significant elevation in ovarian cancer risk is associated with regular consumption of fatty foods.
Frequent consumption of foods rich in saturated fats may increase the risk of developing breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
Frequent consumers of fatty foods, especially fats from red meat and dairy products, are much more prone to develop pancreatic cancer.
Postmenopausal women on high-fat diets may have a high tendency of developing invasive breast cancer.
Adequate intake of fruits, fiber, and vegetables may help protect individuals from inflammatory bowel diseases, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
Individuals on high-fat diets are more likely to develop stomach cancer than those on low-fat diets.
Regular ingestion of diets rich in foods of plant origin may confer significant protection against the development of lung cancer.
Diets high in fats may promote the development of breast cancer in women.
Generous intake of healthy foods, such as fruits and vegetables, may contribute positively to the prevention of stomach cancer.
High consumption of fatty foods, such as meat, milk, and cheese, may increase breast cancer risk.
Diets rich in fats may impair endothelial function in both coronary artery disease (CAD) patients and healthy individuals.