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Vegan diet ‘can cut risk of prostate cancer by 35 per cent’ – The Independent

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Leading a vegan lifestyle can cut the risk of prostate cancer by 35 per cent, a new study has suggested. A vegan diet is void of all animal products and is instead based entirely on plant foods, including fruit, vegetables, nuts and grains. The US
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