Choline, a nutrient found in meat, eggs and dairy products, has
been linked to a possible increase in the risk of colorectal cancer
in women, reveals a study published in the Journal of the
National Cancer Institute.
A diet with a high glycaemic load could increase the risk of
colorectal cancer, find US scientists following recent research on
nearly 40,000 middle-aged women. Findings are set to further fire
the ongoing debate on the value of carbohydrates...