Reduced carbs linked to increased risk of colorectal cancer

06/19/2007 | BBC

A reduction in carbohydrate intake could increase the risk of colorectal cancer, according to researchers who looked at the diets of several men. In those on a limited carb diet, researchers found a fourfold decrease in the production of butyrate, a fatty acid, that protects against colorectal cancer.

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