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This Week In Wellness higher mushroom consumption has been associated with a decreased risk of cancer according to a new study published in Advances in Nutrition.

The systematic review and meta-analysis carried out by Penn State Cancer Institute examined 17 cancer studies, with the oldest dating right back to 1966 and a combined database of 19,500 patients. The results showed that those who ate an average of 18 grams of mushrooms a day had a whopping 45% lower risk of cancer than those who eat none.

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