Dietary Vitamins B6 and B12 and Folate May Decrease Pancreatic Cancer Risk Among Lean People

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VITAMIN B6
VITAMIN B12
VITAMIN B complex
PANCREAS -- Cancer -- Risk factors
DIETARY supplements
THIN people

Abstract:The article discusses the correlation between dietary vitamins B6 and B12 and folate on the risk of pancreatic cancer among lean people. According to research, people who were at or below normal body weight decreased their risk for developing pancreatic cancer if they tool in high levels of vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and folate from food. It was further found that food nutrients were protective, but the vitamin use was associated with a higher, yet non-significant risk of developing the cancer.

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