Study: Reduced fat intake may help curb cancer risk in dogs, people

07/26/2010 | Sify.com (India)

A veterinary researcher has found that excessive omega-6 fatty acids can cause inflammation in humans and dogs, making them highly susceptible to cancer. The researcher suggests reducing snack foods for dogs and people that contain vegetable oil, grain-fed red meat, corn oil and other ingredients rich in calories and omega-6.

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