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Nid Year Notes All terms
136 1 1998

Intervention Study. 24 lbs lost after 1 year

ChCh06, ChCh08, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
154 2 1995

Coronary disease could be prevented, arrested, or even reversed by maintaining total serum cholesterol levels below 150 mg/dL. (Dean Ornish also showed that CVD can be reversed. ) "This is the longest study of minimal fat nutrition used in combination with cholesterol-lowering drugs conducted to date, and our finding of a mean decrease of arterial stenosis [blockage] of 7.0% is greater than any reports in previous research." The ones who dropped out of the program had 10 new coronary events.

ChCh01, ChCh05, ChCh08, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, Duplicate, Esselstyn Lecture, The China Study - Book, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
187 3 1999

Of 144 human studies that showed statistically significant associations of fruits and vegetables with total cancer, ALL 144 showed a PROTECTIVE EFFECT. NO studies confirmed a protective effect of animal foods. 17 of 20 studies found that exercise protects against colon cancer.

ChCh04, ChCh08, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, Cancer, The China Study - Book
220 4 1990
ChCh04, ChCh08, The China Study - Book
317 5 1990
ChCh08, Cancer, The China Study - Book
318 6 1990

- One of the strongest predictors of disease (III) was blood cholesterol. As blood cholesterol levels decreased many cancers decreased. Animal protein increased LDL; plant protein decreased LDL. (Most aware of saturated fat, and dietary cholesterol; some might mention soy or fiber, but few aware that animal protein has anything to do with blood cholesterol levels.)
Colon cancers not higher, even though almost no dairy is consumed, and calcium levels are moderate.

ChCh04, ChCh08, The China Study - Book
319 7 1998
ChCh08, Cancer, The China Study - Book
346 8 2003
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
347 9 2003
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
348 10 2003
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
349 11 2003
ChCh08, DPYCCH03, DPYCCH04, The China Study - Book, Disease-Proof Your Child
350 12 2002
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
351 13 2002
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
352 14 2002
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
353 15 2002
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
354 16 2001

12 of 14 case control studies, and 7 of 9 cohort studies observed a positive association for some measure of dairy products and prostate cancer; this is one of the most consistentdietary predictors for prostate cancer in the published literature. Men with the highest dairy intakes had approximately double the risk of total prostate cancer, and up to a fourfold increase in risk of metastaticor fatal prostate cancer relative to low consumers.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
355 17 2001
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
356 18 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
357 19 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
358 20 2000
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359 21 2000
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360 22 1999
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361 23 1999
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362 24 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
363 25 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
364 26 1999
ChCh08, ChCh10, The China Study - Book
365 27 1998

High-calcium diets (they studied low-fat dairy), inhibit growth of abnormal colonic epithelial cells.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
366 28 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
367 29 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
368 30 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
369 31 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
370 32 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
371 33 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
372 34 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
373 35 1996
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
374 36 1996

wheat-bran reduced bile acids in the colon. But when calcium added, less bile-binding.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
375 37 1995
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
376 38 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
377 39 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
378 40 1993
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
379 41 1991
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
380 42 1988
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
381 43 1985
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
382 44 2003

EPIC study of 519,000 people: Highest quintile (34 g/day of fiber) had 42% less risk than lowest (13 g/day) fiber

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
383 45 2001
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
384 46 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
385 47 2001
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
386 48 2000
Burt RW. Colon cancer screening. Gastroenterology. 2000;119(3):837-53.

76-90% decrease in expected rates of colon cancer when polyps are removed. inherited genes yield only 1-3% of cases of cancer.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
387 49 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
388 50 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
389 51 2000
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
390 52 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
391 53 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
392 54 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
394 55 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
395 56 1999
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
396 57 1998

animal-based foods associated with prostate cancer.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
397 58 1998
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398 59 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
399 60 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
400 61 1998
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
401 62 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
402 63 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
403 64 1997
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
404 65 1996
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
405 66 1996
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
406 67 1996
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
407 68 1995
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
408 69 1995
Lipkin M, Newmark H. Development of clinical chemoprevention trials. J Natl Cancer Inst. 1995;87(17):1275-7.
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
409 70 1995
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
410 71 1995
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
411 72 1995
Giovannucci E. Insulin and colon cancer. Cancer Causes Control. 1995;6(2):164-79. Abstract
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
412 73 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
413 74 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
414 75 1994

colon cancer rates lower among black South Africans who consume refined maize-meal, yet colon cancer remained low, an intriguing finding.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
415 76 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
416 77 1994
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
417 78 1993
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
418 79 1993
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
419 80 1992

reduce cancer rates by a third, with 13 g/day fiber (about a cup of beans) from food.

ChCh08, The China Study - Book
420 81 1992
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
421 82 1991
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
422 83 1990
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
423 84 1990
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
424 85 1990
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
425 86 1986
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
426 87 1985
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
427 88 1985
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
428 89 1985
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
429 90 1981
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
430 91 1977
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
431 92 1975
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
432 93 1971
ChCh08, The China Study - Book
803 94 2002

9.5 times the risk of advanced-stage prostate cancer among men with low blood levels of a protein that binds and inactivates IGF-1.

ChCh08, Cancer, The China Study - Book