Save your skin

Bean, Adam
January 1995
Runner's World;Jan95, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p19
Cites research which suggests that a low-fat diet may provide protection from skin cancer. Details of a study conducted by Houston's Baylor College of Medicine; How the study showed that eating less fat reduces the risk of developing precancerous spots on the skin; Possible reasons why.


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