Smoking And Excess Weight Can Lead To A Cancer – Part 1 of 3
Smoking And Excess Weight Can Lead To A Cancer. Men with prostate cancer may shove their survival chances if they replace animal fats and carbohydrates in their intake with healthy fats such as olive oils, nuts and avocados, new research suggests June 2013. Men who substituted 10 percent of their daily calories from animal fats and carbs with such well fats as olive oil, canola oil, nuts, seeds and avocados were 29 percent less likely to die from spreading prostate cancer and 26 percent less apt to to die from any other disease when compared to men who did not make this healthy swap, the study found. And a little bit seems to go a long way.
Specifically, adding just one daily tablespoon of an oil-based salad dressing resulted in a 29 percent mark down risk of dying from prostate cancer and a 13 percent lower risk of dying from any other cause, the study contended. In the study, nearly 4600 men who had localized or non-spreading prostate cancer were followed for more than eight years, on average. During the study, 1064 men died.
Of these, 31 percent died from generosity disease, to a certain more than 21 percent died as a result of prostate cancer and slightly less than 21 percent died as a result of another type of cancer. The findings appeared online June 10 in JAMA Internal Medicine. The turn over can’t say for sure that including healthy fats in the diet was responsible for the survival edge seen among men.