Magnesium seen as cutting colon cancer risk

A study of Japanese men and women found that men who consumed at least 327 milligrams of magnesium daily were 52% less likely to develop colon cancer than those who ingested less than 238 milligrams. The study, which tracked participants for eight years, did not find the same benefit for women, although different research did.

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