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July 26, 2017 | Issue 226

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Will hot dogs and bacon preserved with celery powder still increase my cancer risk?

processed meat and celery
With processed meats increasing the risk of colorectal and stomach cancers, our nutrition expert talks about whether eating these "natural" meats is a safe choice.
walnuts

Walnuts Alter Gut Microbes In Animals

A new study in mice finds that walnut consumption alters the gut microbial community, both increasing the overall diversity of bacteria and shifting the level of different types. The study, partially funded by AICR, offers insights into how these nuts may play a role in health and lower cancer risk.


Research Roundup

cornOne-third of Americans with prediabetes, new report.

More than a third of American adults are now living with prediabetes – with the majority unaware they have the condition – according to a new government report. That also means higher risk for cancer.

greensIn mouse study, tomatoes lower skin cancer risk.

A study finds that tomato powder in the diet reduced skin cancer tumors in male mice. The study offers insights to diet and skin cancer, but it’s not suggesting you put aside sunscreen for a tomato.

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