Colon cancer risk may be linked to trans fats

09/2/2008 | Reuters

U.S. researchers found people who consumed the most trans fat via the foods they ate were more likely to have precancerous colon polyps. Study participants who had trans-fatty acid consumption of about 6.54 grams daily were 86% more likely to have polyps than those whose intake was about 3.63 grams.

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