organic food is more expensive but has many health benefits.
A French study, recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine, followed after 70 years of adults (especially women) for five years and concluded that this people who have consumed organic food often have a 25% lower risk of developing cancer, compared to those who have never given priority to this type of food.
Those who consumed organic vegetables, fruits, dairy products and meat had a lower incidence of lymphomas, as well as a significant reduction in the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.
"We would expect to find a cut, but this result is more significant" said Julia Baudry, lead author of the study and researcher at the Sorbonne Paris Cité Research Center for Epidemiology and Statistics, of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research in France.
"From a practical point of view, the results are still preliminary and are not enough to change dietary recommendations for cancer prevention, "said Frank B. Hu, author of the commentary and chair of the nutrition department at Harvard School of Health Public Chan T. Harvard.
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