Onion and Garlic May Prevent from Developing Colorectal Cancer

onions and garlic prevent from developing colorectal cancer

A recent study by First Hospital of China Medical University finds that different kinds of onions and garlic can protect us against developing colorectal cancer.

For the study, a team of researchers matched 833 individuals with colorectal cancer with 833 control participants without it, similar in age and sex and living in similar locations.

The scientists discovered that there was a significant relationship between the level of allium vegetables that an individual consumes and the risk of colorectal cancer. The analysis showed that in adults who consumed the highest levels of allium vegetables, the risk of colorectal cancer was 79% lower than in people who ate the lowest levels.

Senior study author Dr. Zhi Li comments: “It is worth noting that in our research there seems to be a trend: the greater the amount of allium vegetables, the better the protection.”

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