High-Fat Diet Promotes Deadly Colon Cancer

Research has shown that the level of an oral and gut bacteria called F nucleatum increases when people switch from a low-fat, high-fiber diet to a diet high in fat and low in fiber-rich plant foods. Higher levels of F nucleatum are also a marker for a shorter life expectancy due to not only more cardiovascular related deaths but also more cancer deaths. A study that followed health professionals f...

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