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Cancer Prev Res (Phila) (2022) 15 (9): 557–559.
Published: 01 September 2022
... suggest, eating one green-tipped banana per day (that contains the equivalent of 30 g of RS) may be an easy ask for our patients with Lynch syndrome. E. Vilar reports grants and personal fees from Janssen Research and Development; and personal fees from Recursion Pharma outside the submitted work...
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Cancer Prev Res (Phila) (2023) 16 (1): 57.
Published: 04 January 2023
... MLH1 and MSH2 variant carriers in this study. Also, the question is whether the effect of the used Novelose powder on cancer risk is also observed when eating resistant starch by consuming bananas, pulses, and other foods containing this kind of starch, which might be relevant when giving...
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Cancer Prev Res (Phila) (2023) 16 (1): 59.
Published: 04 January 2023
...-rich foods e.g., wholegrains, vegetables, and pulses (peas and beans) is likely to be beneficial. Slightly underripe bananas with green tips are a good source of RS. See the original Letter to the Editor, p. 57 J.C. Mathers reports grants from Medical Research Council, National Starch...
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Percentage contribution of food groups to total CML-AGE intake.  Fat and oi...
Published: 02 July 2020
Figure 2. Percentage contribution of food groups to total CML-AGE intake. Fat and oil: Butter, margarine, white sauce, cheese sauce, sour cream, sweet cream, salad dressing, and gravy; Red meat : Beef roast, pork chop, pork roast, hamburger, liver, meat loaf, and steak; Mixed foods: Mixed dis... More about this image found in Percentage contribution of food groups to total CML-AGE intake. Fat and oi...
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