May 2007 Issue
• People with high intakes of vitamin A, alpha-carotene and beta-carotene have less risk of stomach cancer, Swedish researchers found.
• Men who eat a lot of red meat are more likely to develop gallstones, suggest findings from a large study.
• In laboratory experiments, virgin olive oil killed eight strains of H. pylori, the cause of most stomach ulcers.
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