Analysis: Veggies, fruit, legumes, brown rice reduce polyp risk

08/5/2011 | United Press International

An analysis of two studies on dietary measures for preventing colon cancer found that green vegetables, dried fruit, legumes and brown rice reduced the risk of colon polyps, researchers reported in the journal Nutrition and Cancer. The Loma Linda University study team said these foods are high in fiber, which is known to dilute potential carcinogens.

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