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Sugar and Colon Cancer Risk

Some research has indicated that sugar consumption may increase colon cancer risk. Other studies have determined there's no link between sugar and colon cancer.
"Bad Carbs" May Not Increase Colorectal Cancer Risk
Research published in the American Journal of Epidemiology this week examined the impact of high-glycemic carbohydrates ("bad carbs") on the colorectal cancer risk of about 60,000 women. Some research has determined that they increase risk, but this study found no relationship between "bad carbs" and colorectal cancer in women.
Sugary Foods Linked to Colon Cancer
Do you like high-glycemic foods like candy, potatoes, and white bread? Apparently, so does colorectal cancer. A study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found a clear and straightforward association between high-glycemic foods and colorectal cancer.
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