A European study found eating foods with low nutritional quality may increase the risk of cancer in men and women, researchers reported in PLOS Medicine. The study used the nutrient scoring system of the British Food Standards Agency, which includes a color-coded Nutri-Score, in analyzing data, and researchers said the results support the idea of using a food labeling system to help people make healthier choices.
Eating foods with low nutritional quality may raise cancer risks
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