Practices of eating yogurt regularly can reduce the risk of growing bowels of pre-cancer cells, according to new research. The consumers of two more servings in a week around a fifth less to go to have an adenoma, as per a research published in a journal.

Before developing bowel cancer, unnatural growth often occurs. Consuming lots of yogurts is pondered to reduce the risk of bowel cancer by weakening the type and volume of the bacteria.  The recent research, led by US researchers, stalked 32,606 men and 55,743 women who encountered a lower endoscopy – an examination inside the body between 1986 and 2012. The men and women are recommended information about their lifestyle and diet as well as how much yogurt they consumed. The research found 5,822 adenomas developed in men and 8,116 in women. Men who ate two more 245g servings every week were 19% less likely to develop an adenoma than those who did not eat any.

The research also discovered they were also 26% less likely to develop adenomas which are at a high risk of becoming cancerous and were at a reduced risk of having large developments.

According to the researcher of a Washington University in St Louis, Missouri said, “our data provide novel evidence for the role of yogurt in the early stages of colorectal cancer development and the potential of gut bacteria in modulating this process ”.

He also added, “ the findings, if confirmed by future studies, suggest that yogurt might serve as a widely acceptable modifiable factor, which could complement colorectal cancer screening and/or reduce risk of adenoma among the unscreened.”

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