New cancer-diet study, just being published in AJCN:
"Meat, fish, and ovarian cancer risk: results from 2 Australian case-control studies, a systematic review, and meta-analysis."
Results from 2 case-controlled studies were combined and presented (see blue numbers below), and separately, a combined meta-analysis from 7 additional studies was also presented (red numbers). Bulleted conclusions are as follows:
- No association (within statistical significance) of red meat consumption with ovarian cancer.
- Women with the highest intake of processed meats had +18% and +20% more ovarian cancer.
- Women with the highest intake of poultry had -17% and -10% less ovarian cancer (statistically borderline).
- Women with the highest intake of fish had -24% and -16% less ovarian cancer.
As I am with this topic, here is some more nutritional heresy. Enjoy.
"Health Benefits of a Low-Carbohydrate, High-Saturated-Fat Diet"
written by cardiologist
Dr. Donald W. Miller, Jr.
I could not help noticing how similar, no - virtually identical are mine and his interests and views, except that he has been enjoying his life assignment 15 years earlier, before me. I strongly urge readers to read all Dr. Miller's articles on his website!