Colorectal Cancer

29 Jun

People treated for stage 111 colon cancer who ate two or more ounces of almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashews or pecans per week lowered their chance of a recurrence by 42 percent and the likelihood of dying by 57 percent compared to people who didn’t eat nuts, researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston reported.

In another study, researchers found that over seven years, people who exercised the most and had the healthiest diets during and after treatment lowered their risk for death by 42 percent and for recurrence by 22 percent.

Source: Supplement to the Elyria Chronicle newspaper 6-18-2017

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