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A Low Fat Diet Can Help Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

If you’ve had skin cancer previously, you may want to reduce fats in your diet to help prevent a recurrence. A study by the Baylor College School of Medicine showed that precancerous skin lesions occurred 70% less frequently in people who received 20% or less of calories from fat, compared to those whose diets remained unchanged and still received 36% or more of their calories from fat. For those who have not yet had a skin cancer lesion, the benefit of a low fat diet is less clear for reducing skin cancer risk.
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