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Diet Including diet as a possible cause of cancer is relatively recent. Some
researchers have suggested that the incidence of certain kinds of cancer may
relate to the amount of fat in our diets. Much animal experimentation has shown
Cultural factors, for instance, may play a critical role since they, more than diet,
influence the way we live, our beliefs and feelings. Still, many nonfat-eating
Japanese get cancer and many fat-eating Westerners don't. There are other
the nature of diets is necesary to account for these differences* Still, the fact that
another population has a low incidence of cancer and eats a typical Western diet
does not eliminate the possibility that Japan's incidence rates are related to diet.
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This book profiles the typical "Cancer personality": how an individual's reaction to stress and other emotional factors can contribute to the onset and progress of cancer--and how positive ... Läs hela recensionen
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