Study shows Mediterranean diet reduces stomach cancer risk

01/18/2010 | Reuters

In a nine-year study, researchers found that people who most closely met the Mediterranean diet ideal were 33% less likely to develop stomach cancer, compared with people who were furthest from the ideal. The ideal Mediterranean diet is low in meat and dairy products and high in vegetables, fruit, fish, cereals, legumes and olive oil.

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