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

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

Gastroenterology 2014 (2019)

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

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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.
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