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Adequate consumption of foods packed with flavonoids, especially anthocyanins from berries, may be important in protecting individuals, particularly men, from Parkinson's disease.
Low total and cardiovascular mortality risk is associated with high intake of dietary flavonoids, particularly flavonones and flavonols.
Consistent consumption of foods packed with dietary flavonoids and lignans may improve an individual's chances of avoiding colorectal cancer.
Regular intake of foods high in flavonoids may offer individuals adequate protection against lung cancer.
Pancreatic cancer is less likely to occur in individuals who regularly consume foods with high folate content.
Consistent consumption of foods high in vitamin C may reduce the likelihood of developing prostate cancer.
Regular consumption of foods high in vitamin C may help cut down the risk of developing lung cancer.
A significant decrease in lung cancer risk is associated with regular consumers of diets high in foods rich in vitamin E.
Generous consumers of sugar-sweetened beverages may have a higher tendency of developing hypertension than rare- and non-consumers of these types of beverages.
Frequent consumption of nitrite-containing foods may increase the risk of developing thyroid cancer.
Habitual consumption of high-fiber diets may confer individuals with a lower risk of duodenal ulcer.
High dietary ingestion of foods rich in dietary fiber may offer individuals significant protection against colorectal adenoma and cancer.
Elevated pancreatic cancer risk is associated cigarette smoking.