Increased blood levels of lycopene may reduce the risk of advanced
prostate cancer by 60 per cent, but carotenoids in general do not
appear to impact on the overall risk of the disease, says a large
The Natural Products Association (NPA) has voiced concern
surrounding findings presented at the American Thoracic Society
2007 International Conference, which indicated no statistically
significant relationships between dietary supplements...
A diet rich in flavonols from foods such as onions, apples and
berries may cut the risk of developing pancreatic cancer by about
25 per cent, scientists have told attendees at the Annual Meeting
of the American Association for Cancer...
A meta-analysis of 68 randomised trials with antioxidant
supplements has reported that vitamins A and E, and beta-carotene
may increase mortality risk by up to 16 per cent, but vitamin C did
not have an effect on mortality and the...