Eating vegetables could reduce oral cancer risk

Curated News:

By Timberlake Dental curated from Dental Tribune

Consuming broccoli, cauliflower or cabbage at least once a week cut their risk of developing the disease by 17 per cent, the study revealed.…”

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Sometimes it takes a new study to convince us of health issues we’ve known about since we were children.  My mother always said that vegetables are good for my health – and this latest study fully agrees.  The study was published in the Annals of Oncology journal and reported the results from hundreds of patients.  Some of them avoided vegetables and others had a healthy proportion of vegetables in their diet.  Obviously the patients who “ate their greens” had a healthier outcome.

Dr. Rodney Chowning, Sedation Dentistry, Denton, TX