Review finds conflicting evidence on tying foods, cancer risk

12/6/2012 | Reuters

U.S. researchers analyzed studies on 50 foods, including dairy, breads and spices, and found conflicting evidence for most about their effects on cancer risk, according to a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. One researcher said too many studies with weak evidence associated specific food ingredients with cancer risk, scaring people into changing their diets, only to have the data refuted.

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