Journal: International Journal of Caner
Publication Date: 09/2019
Summary: Our study showed similar associations between the consumption of red meat and CRC risk in Morocco as in developed countries, while inverse associations were found for traditional processed meat products. This is the first study to investigate the differential effects of traditional versus westernized processed meat products in a developing country.
Journal: European Journal of Cancer Prevention
Publication Date: 07/2019
Summary: Prospective study examining meat intake and risk of colorectal cancer in Jewish and Arab residents of Northern Israel. Overall red meat consumption was associated weakly with CRC risk, significant only for lamb and pork, but not for beef, irrespective of tumor location. Processed meat was associated with mild CRC risk.
Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention
Publication Date: 01/2019
Summary: A meta-analysis reviewing the protective effects of omega-3 from fish consumption against breast cancer in Asian women.
Journal:Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
Publication Date: 09/2018
Summary: Meta analysis of link between processed meat consumption and colorectal cancer in Asian populations. Most studies conducted in Asia showed that processed meat consumption is not related to the onset of cancer. Moreover, there have been no reports showing significant correlation between various factors that directly or indirectly affect colorectal cancer incidence, including processed meat products types, raw meat types, or cooking methods.
Journal: Molecular and Clinical Oncology
Publication Date: 03/2018
Summary: LC-Carnitine supplementation improved general fatigue in all the examined cancer patients during chemotherapy. This treatment may improve the tolerability of chemotherapy in cancer patients by reducing general fatigue and improving the nutritional status.
Journal: Nutrition Research
Publication Date: 01/2018
Summary: l-carnosine lowered fasting glucose, serum levels of triglycerides, AGEs, and tumor necrosis factor–α without changing sRAGE, IL-6, and IL-1β levels in T2D patients.
Journal: Cancer Epidemiology
Publication Date: 08/2017
Summary: Review of NHANES database. Among all study participants, cancer mortality was significantly higher in those with hyperinsulinemia than in those without hyperinsulinemia. Similarly, among non-obese participants, multivariable analysis showed that cancer mortality was significantly higher in those with hyperinsulinemia than in those without.
Journal: Experimental Biology and Medicine
Publication Date: 02/2017
Summary: There is currently insufficient evidence to confirm a mechanistic link between the intake of red meat as part of a healthy dietary pattern and colorectal cancer risk.
Publication Date: 02/2016
Summary: Review of relationship of meat intake and ageing. Despite warnings by the WHO against meat intake, there is not sufficient evidence linking meat intake, especially fresh meat intake to negative health outcomes
Journal: BMC Cancer
Publication Date: 10/2015
Summary: Higher concentrations of oxalates were found in breast cancer tissue. Injecting oxalates into the mammary fatpad of mice induced malignant tumor formation.