I red the news today, oh boy
The latest AARP Diet and Health Study by the National Institutes of Health of more than 500,000 people supports the idea that high intake of fat from red meat and dairy products lead to an increased risk of pancreatic cancer.
Men and women who consumed high amounts of total fats had 53% and 23% higher relative rates of pancreatic cancer, respectively, compared with men and women who had the lowest fat consumption. Participants who consumed high amounts of saturated fats had 36% higher relative rates of pancreatic cancer compared with those who consumed low amounts.
Still, there isn't sufficient scientific evidence to pinpoint dietary fat from read meat and dairy products’ role in pancreatic cancer compared to other types of meat consumption, necessitating further research.
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