Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables doesn't help women with breast cancer and it doesn't necessarily reduce the risk of the disease returning. The same can be said for prostate cancer and other forms of the disease. But a recent study found, in colorectal cancer, that a diet that relied more on these foods plus whole grains fish and chicken did reduce the recurrence. Here's our take on it. We will definitely find that a diet like this helps in all cases, but it is difficult to get a clear association or correlation because diet has so many components and effects. It also depends on the individual's genetics. Nevertheless, it shows how we are looking more and more at diet and its role with cancer and other conditions. That's the point we need to take home. Diet plays a key role and a crucial role in how we evaluate cancer and other health issues.
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