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Sunday 10/10/2021 (jkzx.com/healthabc.com) — A new meta-analysis conducted by Penn State researchers reveals that high consumption of mushroom was associated with significantly reduced risk of all cancers.
The study of data from 17 observational studies published in Advances in Nutrition in September, 2021 shows that individuals with higher mushroom consumption was correlated with 36% percent reduced risk of total cancer, compared to those with low consumption.
The association was particularly significant for breast cancer as the study shows that high consumption of mushroom may cut breast cancer risk by 35%.
Eating mushroom was not significantly correlated with risk reduction in other cancers. But authors suggest that that is because not many studies are focused on other studies so it is not easy for the study to find the potential link between mushroom consumption and reduced risk of cancer.
The study also finds a non-linear dose-response association which is a type of evidence indicating that eating mushroom may indeed help prevent cancer.
How much to eat to prevent cancer?
Penn State University announced the publication of this research on its website saying that people eating as little as 18 grams of mushrooms or 1/8 to 1/4 cup daily was linked to a 45% reduced risk of cancer, compared to those who did not eat any.
The commonly used mushrooms include shiitake, oyster, maitake and king oyster mushrooms. Early reported on jkzx.com, white round button mushroom can also help prevent cancer.
星期日 10/10/2021 (jkzx.com/healthabc.com)——賓夕法尼亞州立大學研究人員進行的一項新的薈萃分析表明，大量食用蘑菇與所有癌症的風險顯著降低有關。
對 2021 年 9 月發表在《營養學進展》上的 17 項觀察性研究的數據進行的研究表明，與食用蘑菇較少的人相比，食用蘑菇較多的人患癌症的風險降低了 36%。
賓夕法尼亞州立大學在其網站上公佈了這項研究，稱與不吃蘑菇的人相比，每天食用 18 克蘑菇或 1/8 至 1/4 杯蘑菇的人患癌症的風險降低 45%。吃任何。
Djibril M Ba, Paddy Ssentongo, Robert B Beelman, Joshua Muscat, Xiang Gao, John P Richie, Jr, Higher Mushroom Consumption Is Associated with Lower Risk of Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies, Advances in Nutrition, Volume 12, Issue 5, September 2021, Pages 1691–1704, https://doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmab015