That was the headline that caught my attention. The study done by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and AARP found these results
In a large new study of older Americans, researchers find that people with the healthiest eating habits are about 15 percent less likely to develop pancreatic cancer than those with the poorest diets.
In the analysis of data on more than 500,000 Americans over age 50, men in particular, especially those who were overweight or obese, appeared to benefit most from a high quality diet.
It also found
Among men who were overweight or obese, however, those with healthy eating scores in the top-fifth group were 28 percent less likely than their counterparts in the bottom-fifth to develop pancreatic cancer.
Despite these findings, the NIH researchers could not find a definitive link between diet and cancer.
Lead author Hannah Arem…
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