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A new study strongly suggests eating a diet of organic foods can lower cancer rates
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16 November 2018
On 16 November 2018 PRI (Public Radio International) reported:
A major study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found what many people have long suspected: Eating organic food appears to reduce the risk of cancer. Among some 69,000 people tracked by French scientists over several years, those whose diets contained more organics had about 25 percent fewer cancers overall ...
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The findings suggest -- but do not prove -- that pesticides and other chemical residues found in food cause cancer. But there is no reason to wait for more research when it comes to making food choices, says Ken Cook, President of the Environmental Working Group. The results confirm that a 'cleaner set of ingredients, closer to nature, with fewer additives and less processing,' can play a role in reducing cancer rates, Cook said.
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