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  • Whole Grains May Protect Against Esophageal Cancer

    Esophageal Cancer is one of the most deadly cancers of the digestive tract. In the United States, it accounts for 1% of all cancers diagnosed in this country.The incidence of esophageal cancer has risen by more than 700% in the past four decades, making...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/condition-related/whole-grains-may-protect-against-esophageal-cancer
  • Garlic consumption and cancer prevention: meta-analyses of colorectal and stomach cancers.

    meta-analysis evaluated the role of high dietary ingestion of raw and cooked garlic in the prevention of stomach and colorectal cancers. A team of researchers from the University of North Carolina, USA, systematically reviewed data extracted from...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/garlic-consumption-and-cancer-prevention-meta-analyses-of-colorectal-and-stomach-cancers
  • Mushrooms Offer Protection Against Cancer

    Several types of cancers are hormone-sensitive, meaning they use female/male hormones to develop and metastasize. Most breast and prostate cancers are hormone-sensitive. In an attempt to stop the progression of cancer, pharmaceutical companies have...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/health-issues/mushrooms-offer-protection-against-cancer
  • Alcohol Drinking and the Risk of Colorectal Adenoma: A Dose-Response Meta-Analysis

    of alcohol may facilitate the onset of colorectal adenomas, thereby increasing an individual's risk of developing colorectal cancer.

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-drinking-and-the-risk-of-colorectal-adenoma-a-dose-response-meta-analysis
  • Well-done, grilled red meat increases the risk of colorectal adenomas.

    A surge in colorectal cancer risk is associated with regular consumption of diets rich in well-cooked red meat and processed meat products. This research work was carried out to determine the relationship between the consumption of well-cooked and...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/animal-products/flesh/red-meat/well-done-grilled-red-meat-increases-the-risk-of-colorectal-adenomas
  • Alcohol Consumption Is Associated With the Risk of Developing Colorectal Neoplasia: Propensity Score Matching Analysis

    Frequent drinking of alcohol may increase an individual's chances of developing colorectal cancer. This study examined the consumption of alcohol in relation to the development of colorectal neoplasia (cancer). Researchers matched alcohol drinking...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-consumption-is-associated-with-the-risk-of-developing-colorectal-neoplasia-propensity-score-matching-analysis
  • Red meat intake may increase the risk of colon cancer in Japanese, a population with relatively low red meat consumption.

    Colon cancer is more likely to occur in individuals who are high consumers of red meat than in those who rare- or non-consumers of red meat. This study investigated the correlation between dietary ingestion of red meat and colon cancer risk in Japanese...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/red-meat-intake-may-increase-the-risk-of-colon-cancer-in-japanese-a-population-with-relatively-low-red-meat-consumption
  • Dietary fibre intake and risks of cancers of the colon and rectum in the European prospective investigation into cancer and nutrition (EPIC).

    Eating more high-fiber foods may make the occurrence of colorectal cancer less likely. ​This study investigated the link between high dietary exposure to fiber and the tendency to develop colorectal cancer. Researchers analyzed data from more than...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/dietary-fibre-intake-and-risks-of-cancers-of-the-colon-and-rectum-in-the-european-prospective-investigation-into-cancer-and-nutrition-epic
  • Alcohol Consumption Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Distal Colon and Rectal Cancer in Japanese Men: The Miyagi Cohort Study

    of alcohol may be at risk of developing cancer in their distal colon and rectum. This study assessed the risk of colorectal cancer associated with the consumption of alcohol. A total of 21,199 men enrolled in this study and all of them reported how much...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-consumption-is-associated-with-an-increased-risk-of-distal-colon-and-rectal-cancer-in-japanese-men-the-miyagi-cohort-study
  • Cruciferous vegetables, mushrooms, and gastrointestinal cancer risks in a multicenter, hospital-based case-control study in Japan.

    study looked at how the intake of mushrooms and cruciferous vegetables affects the risk of developing stomach and colorectal cancer. Researchers followed 632 Japanese men and women, monitoring their diets and incidence of colorectal and stomach cancer....

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/vegetables/cruciferous-vegetables-mushrooms-and-gastrointestinal-cancer-risks-in-a-multicenter-hospital-based-case-control-study-in-japan
  • Pancreatic cancer risk: associations with meat-derived carcinogen intake in the prostate, lung, colorectal, and ovarian cancer screening trial (PLCO) cohort.

    High consumption of well-cooked meat may increase the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Well-cooked meat contains mutagens, such as heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and benzo (a) pyrenes (BaP). This study examined the relationship between the dietary...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/pancreatic-cancer/pancreatic-cancer-risk-associations-with-meat-derived-carcinogen-intake-in-the-prostate-lung-colorectal-and-ovarian-cancer-screening-trial-plco-cohort
  • Legume Consumption and Colorectal Adenoma Risk: A Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies.

    conducted between January 1, 1966 and April 1, 2013 that examined the effect of consistent consumption of legumes on colorectal cancer and adenoma development risk. Researchers observed habitual consumers of legumes had less chances of developing...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/legume-consumption-and-colorectal-adenoma-risk-a-meta-analysis-of-observational-studies
  • Systematic review with meta-analysis: alcohol consumption and the risk of colorectal adenoma.

    ​Alcohol drinking may elevate the risk of colorectal cancer. It has been established that most adenomas in the colon and rectum develop into cancerous cells and tumors in the large bowel. This study investigated the hypothesis that alcohol consumption...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/systematic-review-with-meta-analysis-alcohol-consumption-and-the-risk-of-colorectal-adenoma
  • WHO States Red/Processed Meat Linked to Cancer

    Once again the media outlets have been "rocked" by news on nutrition: the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that processed meat and red meat consumption are associated with cancer. In a press release dated October 26, 2015 , the WHO stated that...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/science-inspired/who-states-red-processed-meat-linked-to-cancer
  • Alcohol Drinking Increased the Risk of Advanced Colorectal Adenomas

    the role alcohol consumption play in the development and progression of colorectal adenomas—the precursor lesion of colorectal cancer. Researchers looked at the alcohol drinking habits of 212 patients with colorectal adenomas. Researchers found high...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-drinking-increased-the-risk-of-advanced-colorectal-adenomas
  • Smoking increases rectal cancer risk to the same extent in women as in men: results from a Norwegian cohort study.

    ​ Smoking is associated with increased predisposition to rectal cancer in both men and women. This study examined whether smoking affects rectal cancer development risk in both men and women. Researchers tracked the smoking habits of 602,242 men and...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/smoking-increases-rectal-cancer-risk-to-the-same-extent-in-women-as-in-men-results-from-a-norwegian-cohort-study
  • Suppress Cancer Cells With Onions and Garlic!

    Do you frequently eat foods from the Allium family? This group includes onions, garlic, leeks, shallots, scallions, and green onions. If not, you may want to start including these foods as much as possible. Eating foods from the Allium family has shown...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/science-inspired/suppress-cancer-cells-with-onions-and-garlic
  • Dietary intake of heterocyclic amines, meat-derived mutagenic activity, and risk of colorectal adenomas.

    High intake of well-cooked red meat promotes the development of colorectal adenomas. Well-cooked red meat produces mutagens, such as heterocyclic amines (HCAs), but the quantity of HCAs produced depends on the cooking temperature, time, technique, and...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-classifications/gastrointestinal/dietary-intake-of-heterocyclic-amines-meat-derived-mutagenic-activity-and-risk-of-colorectal-adenomas
  • Dietary fiber, vegetables, and colon cancer: critical review and meta-analyses of the epidemiologic evidence.

    ​Generous consumption of fiber-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and grains, may help guard against the development of colon cancer. This study examined the correlation between the intake of high-fiber diets rich in fruits, vegetables, and grains...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/dietary-fiber-vegetables-and-colon-cancer-critical-review-and-meta-analyses-of-the-epidemiologic-evidence
  • Vegetarian diets and the incidence of cancer in a low-risk population.

    Vegetarians have lower chances of developing cancer than non-vegetarians. This study evaluated the relationship between vegetarian diets and the risk of cancer. Research divided all the participants in this study into 5 dietary groups: vegan,...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/vegetarian-diets-and-the-incidence-of-cancer-in-a-low-risk-population

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