AICR’s new summary of the evidence on coffee and cancer shows that the popular beverage does not increase cancer risk, but some holiday coffee drinks are loaded with added fat and sugar. Consuming just a few of these drinks every week can lead to weight gain which increases risk for seven types of cancer.
AICR’s tips will help you cut the calories but still enjoy the flavors you love.
Author: Alice RD
Alice G. Bender, MS, RDN, is the Head of Nutrition Programs at AICR. She helps put the science of cancer prevention by providing tips and tools to choose nutritious and delicious foods. Alice has guided thousands of individuals to healthier lives through diet changes and choices.
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