Public Education on Diet and Cancer

Public Education on Diet and Cancer : Proceedings of the 9th Annual Symposium of the European Organization for Cooperation in Cancer Prevention Studies (ECP), Madrid, Spain, October 17-19, 1991

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This book evaluates new data on diet and cancer and uses it to update the dietary guidelines produces by ECP and IUNS in 1985. It is the proceedings of the 9th Annual Symposium of the European Organization for Cooperation in Cancer Prevention Studies held in Madrid during October, 1991. The first section updates general background material (dietary carcinogens, animal studies), the second section concerns diet and cancer at specific sites and also specific nutrients in human cancer. The third section addresses problems with guidelines per se and the fourth the Mediterranean diet in relation to cancer. These chapters, together with the general conclusions reached in a parallel workshop, represent a review of the current status of diet and cancer and also provides the background to the conclusions that guidelines as formulated in 1985 can no longer be sustained and that they need to be replaced by guidelines that concern food groups instread of nutrients and are targetted at particular groups rather than at the population in general.
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  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • 10ill.
  • 0792389972
  • 9780792389972

Table of contents

Part 1 General background: overview of dietary recommendations on diet and cancer, E. Benito; carcinogens and mutagens in the diet, W.K. Lutz and J. Schlatter; anticarcinogens/inhibitors in the diet, M.J. Hill; role of vitamins and micronutrients, E.B. Thorling; animal studies on diet and cancer - are they of value?, A. Maskens. Part 2 Update papers: diet and colorectal cancer, J. Faivre; diet and breast cancer, F. de Waard; diet and gastric cancer, P,I, Reed; fibre and resistant starch and cancer, A.R. Leeds; public education on diet and cancer - calories, weight and exercise, C. La Vecchia and E. Negri; dietary fat and cancer - an update, P.A. Judd; alcohol and cancer, S. Franceschi; are dietary recommendations in coronary heart disease and cancer prevention compatible?, F. Kok. Part 3 Mediterranean diet: Mediterranean diet, disease and nutrition guidelines, A. Trichopolous; Mediterranean diet and cancer, G. Varela. Part 4 Considerations when giving advice: ethics of dietary advice for cancer prevention, A. Giacosa; risk assessment - likely effect of dietary advice on cancer, H.C.W. de Vet; final conclusions, E. Benito et al.
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