You’ve surely read the headlines that “wheat causes cancer!” or, on the flipside, “apples cure cancer!” It’s enough to make a man think that his dinner is a carcinogen tug-of-war. But how many foods really do have an effect—positive or negative—on cancer? The answer: Thirty-four percent, according to new Harvard research.
Researchers randomly selected 50 common ingredients—like bacon and celery—from a cookbook and searched for studies connecting them to cancer. After averaging the results from 264 studies, researchers only found links between 17 ingredients and cancer.
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