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Researchers have found that 5% of new cancers come from poor diet

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Researchers have found that 5% of new cancers come from poor diet

Researchers have found that 5% of new cancers come from poor diet

Business Insider reports that a new study shows that 5.2% of all new cancer cases could be the result of diet choices.

The new research adds to the already established wealth of research connecting a low intake of whole grains and dairy to preventable cancers in the U.S. Scientists have also established that processed meats, red meat, and sugar-sweetened beverages put people at a much higher risk for cancers.

According to Dr.

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