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NO amount of alcohol, sausage or bacon is safe according to cancer experts

Even small amounts of processed meats and booze increase the risk of a host of cancers outlined in World Cancer Research Fund guidelines updated every decade.

MARTIN BAGOT: ‘No amount of alcohol, sausage or bacon is safe according to a new global blueprint on how to beat cancer. Even small amounts of processed meats and booze increase the risk of a host of cancers outlined in World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) guidelines updated every decade… Brits have been told to banish favourites such as ham, burgers and hot dogs from their diets by experts who say they are a direct cause of bowel cancer. Processed meats also cause people to be overweight which can trigger many more cancers…

The third WCRF Expert Report is unveiled at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna following earlier landmark reports in 1997 and 2007. It is the biggest ever global analysis of cancer triggers covering 51 million people – 3.5 million who were diagnosed with cancer… Cancers of the liver, ovary, prostate, stomach, throat have been added to those of the bowel, breast, gallbladder, kidney, oesophagus, pancreas and womb which are directly caused by obesity… Dr Giota Mitou, WRCF director of research, said: “The best advice is not to eat processed meat. The risk does increase with consumption”.’ SOURCE…

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