[MOL] Vegetables reduce colon cancer risk..... [01004] Medicine On Line

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[MOL] Vegetables reduce colon cancer risk.....

In a message dated 02/11/2000 12:37:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Dr_Teplisky@nydocs.com writes:

 In this study, food intake of about 2,000 colon cancer patients
 between 30 to 79 was compared with the diet of over 2,000 people without
 cancer. There was a significant reduction in cancer risk (17%) in people
 who had the highest intake of foods rich in lutein, an anti-oxidant that
 neutralizes cancer-causing free radicals. The protective effect of lutein
 was evident in both men and women and was particularly strong in subjects
 whose cancer was diagnosed before the age of 67.
 Lutein-rich foods include dark leafy vegetables (spinach, kale),
 broccoli, dark lettuce, tomatoes, oranges, carrots and celery.
 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2000;71:575-582. >>

Warmly, lillian
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