If you are at risk for colon cancer, you can lower your risk of getting this disease by avoiding certain foods!
Scientists evaluated 486 people with Lynch syndrome, which is a genetic disorder that predisposes people to cancer. It leaves 70% of them with the colon variety. In the evaluations, they were asked about their diets and classified into one of four groups according to what they ate: high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains; high in meat and coffee; high in a Mediterranean-type diet that included fish, leafy greens, pasta, sauces and wine; and high in fried snacks, fast food and diet soda.
Can you guess with group had the longest risk?