Greater intake of foods packed with cholesterol is tied to higher risk of lung cancer in men.
This research work determined if there is a connection between avid consumption of cholesterol-rich foods and increased risk of lung cancer in men. Researchers studied the nutritional data of 294 US men without lung cancer and 188 men with lung cancer.
Researchers found out that high intake of foods loaded with cholesterol boosted the risk of lung cancer. This study provides material evidence that generous consumption of cholesterol-containing foods may fuel the development of lung cancer in men.