New research shows eating too much of certain foods and not enough of others may be contributing to preventable cancers. According to UPI, researchers from Tufts University found that more than 80,000 invasive cancers diagnosed in 2015 may be linked to diet-related causes. About 16 percent of diet-related cancers were linked to obesity, and not eating enough whole grains was linked to the largest number and proportion of cancer cases. After low grain intake, the next greatest links were to not taking in enough dairy, eating too much highly processed meat, too few vegetables and not enough fruit, too much red meat, and too many sugary drinks.

https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2019/05/22/Poor-diet-may-increase-risk-f...

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