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Acta Endoscopica

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 479–484 | Cite as

Alimentation et prévention du cancer gastro-intestinal

  • M. Hill DSC
  • FRC Path
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Résumé

Tandis qu’au cours des dernières décades l’attention a été principalement centrée sur les composants nocifs de l’alimentation, actuellement on considère que les composants protecteurs sont plus importants. Eviter la surcharge pondérale, recourir à une alimentation riche en fruits, végétaux et céréales complètes sont bénéfiques dans la prévention des cancers qui se développent à de nombreux niveaux et pas seulement dans le cancer du tractus digestif. De plus, un ensemble de recommandations serait bénéfique pour contrôler le risque de maladie cardiaque, de diabète, tout autant que de cancer.

Diet and gastrointestinal cancer prevention

Summary

Whereas in previous decades it was usual to concentrate attention on the ‘harmful’ components of the diet, now we consider the protective components to be most important. They are avoidance of overweight and a diet rich in fruit, vegetables and whole grain cereals. They are beneficial for cancers at most sites, not just those in the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, such a set of recommendations would be beneficial for controlling the risk of heart disease and diabetes as well as cancer.

Mots-clés

céréales complètes fruits légumes prévention du cancer régime tractus digestif 

Key-words

cancer prevention diet fruit gastrointestinal tract vegetables whole grain cereals 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Hill DSC
    • 1
  • FRC Path
    • 1
  1. 1.Nutrition Research CentreSouth Bank UniversityLondonUK

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