Increased Intake of Vegetables, but not Fruit, Reduces Risk for HepatocellularCarcinoma: A Meta-analysis

Gastroenterology 2014 (2019)

Based on a meta-analysis, increased intake of vegetables, but not fruit, is associated with lower risk for HCC. The risk of HCC decreases by 8% for every 100g/day increase in vegetable intake. The findings should be confirmed by future studies with validated questionnaires and strict control of confounders.

Increased Intake of Vegetables, but not Fruit, Reduces Risk for HepatocellularCarcinoma: A Meta-analysis

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