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Fruit and vegetable consumption and risk of esophageal cancer in the Asian region: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Creating more space for fruits and vegetables in our diet may help hinder the development of esophageal cancer.

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Relation of allium vegetables intake with head and neck cancers: evidence from the INHANCE consortium

Habitual consumption of allium vegetables may boost our chances of preventing cancer from occurring in the head and neck.

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Association between Allium vegetables and the risk of non-digestive tract cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort and case-control studies

Adequate consumption of allium vegetables may help guard against the occurrence of cancer outside of the gut.

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Allium Vegetables Intake and Risk of Breast Cancer: A Meta-Analysis

Eating a diet rich in allium vegetables may help shield a woman from breast cancer.

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Total antioxidant potential of fruit and vegetables and risk of gastric cancer

Adequate intake of antioxidants from fruits and vegetables may help guard against the development of stomach cancer.

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Health effects associated with vegetable consumption: a Burden of Proof study

Filling our plates with vegetables may brighten our odds of preventing several chronic diseases, including stroke, esophageal cancer, ischemic heart disease, and type 2 diabetes risk.

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Relationship of dietary nitrate intake from vegetables with cardiovascular disease mortality: a prospective study in a cohort of older Australians

Sticking to a diet rich in nitrate-containing vegetables may help to reduce death toll from cardiovascular disease, especially among older men and women.

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Cancer incidence attributable to insufficient fruit and vegetable consumption in Alberta in 2012

Low intake of fruits and vegetables may result in a spike in cancer rates.

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Association of preserved vegetable consumption and prevalence of colorectal polyps: results from the Lanxi Pre-colorectal Cancer Cohort (LP3C)

Substituting preserved vegetables with fresh vegetables in our diet may reduce our chances of developing colorectal polyps.

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Association between Low Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Colorectal Polyps in Thailand

Low consumers of fruits and vegetables may have a high tendency to develop colorectal polyps.

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Fruits, vegetables, and adenomatous polyps: the Minnesota Cancer Prevention Research Unit case-control study

High intake of fruits and vegetables may help halt the transformation of colorectal polyps to cancerous tumors.

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Cruciferous vegetable consumption and multiple health outcomes: an umbrella review of 41 systematic reviews and meta-analyses of 303 observational studies

Upping our cruciferous vegetable intake levels may help knock our chances of suffering from cancer of the lungs, stomach, and endometrium and premature death.

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