Diet and Lung Cancer

For many years, lung cancer has been blamed almost entirely on tobacco smoke along with asbestos and radon gas. The role of diet has been largely ignored, yet epidemiological studies have shown that lung cancer is more common in smokers who eat a typical American diet than in those who eat a low-fat, more vegetarian diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Japanese smokers are considerably l...

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