Eating chicken increases risk of cancer, British research

Eating chicken increases risk of cancer, British research

London (NNI) Chicken is the most consumed meat in the world, but it can also be a cancer victim. According to a foreign news agency, the claim was revealed in a UK medical study, Oxford University said. It has been reported that eating too much chicken can lead to blood cancer and bladder cancer in men.

During this study, the dietary habits of more than 450,000 middle-aged people were reviewed from 2006 to 2014. During their study, the diseases of those who suffer from them were diagnosed with cancer and 23,000 of them were diagnosed with cancer. According to the study, there is a link between chicken eating habits and cancer of the blood and bladder.

This study claims that eating chicken increases the risk of certain types of cancer but it was not stated why. However, according to the researchers, it can have many elements, such as how to cook chicken, etc. Until now chicken was considered a healthy alternative to red patrol, excessive consumption of red meat also increased the risk of various types of cancer.

Researchers of this research acknowledge that more research is needed in this regard to clarify the relationship between China and cancer. He said that we thought that the results would show that red meat would have more negative effects on blood cholesterol level than white meat, but were surprised to find that it is not the same effect of both types of meat cholesterol.

They said that using red or white meat in moderation helps control harmful cholesterol, which reduces the risk of cardiovascular and heart attacks. That by increasing the risk of heart failure by 49% of dietary protein such as milk, poultry, butter and cheese in the middle ages Researchers say that protein in fish and eggs does not increase the risk.

Inaccurate studies suggest that over-consumption of animal protein increases the risk by 43 percent, while plant protein use increases by 17 percent. Land University research suggests that overuse of protein from most nutrients can increase the risk of heart failure, not just fish and eggs.