HIGH PROTEIN TYPE DIETS MAY CORRELATE TO CERTAIN CANCER TYPES – (01-14-04)

Some Dietary Fibers Increase Elimination of Orally Administered Polychlorinated Biphenyls but Not That of Retinol in Mice.

While this is a mouse study, it does bring up interesting questions about the popularity of the high protein/Atkin’s type diets. These diets generally have less fiber intakes. Will this correlate with higher rates of certain types of cancer in the future? Only time and this huge ongoing experiment will tell.

Nutrition.org — Abstracts: Kimura et al. 134 (1): 135 –

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