Does this mean that vegetarians have less of a chance of having cancer?



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    Scientists have indeed discovered that being vegetarian can cut your risk of cancer in half.

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    There is some evidence out there that suggests that a vegetarian diet might indeed lower your risk of cancer.  Consumption of animal source food has been correlated to particular types of cancer.  Evidence shows that a variety of phytochemicals present in plant foods have been demonstrated to be protective against the DNA damage that leads to cancer.  A recent clinical review also concluded that up to 80% of bowel and breast cancer may be preventable by dietary changes.

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    A healthy vegetarian diet has many positive effects on the body, and prevent the risk of cancer, as well as high cholesterol and heart disease. Not only that, but it’s great for the environment as well!

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