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Processed meat, red meat, white meat, and digestive tract cancers: A two-sample Mendelian randomization study

Each portion of processed meat we eat may take us closer to a diagnosis of colorectal cancer.

This study compared the diagnosis rates of digestive tract cancers between consumers and non-consumers of meaty diets. Researchers examined nutritional and health information obtained from relevant studies. 

Researchers found a strong tie between high dietary intake of processed meats and the occurrence of colorectal cancer. This study affirmed the notion that devout consumption of processed meats may make an individual more likely to develop colorectal cancer.

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