Researchers from Brown University in the US found that people who eat 42.8 grams of fish per day are more susceptible to
We are talking about a 22% increase compared to those whoconsumes only 3.2 g of fish. It is worth noting that the sample of specialists was quite extensive - 491,367 American adults aged about 62 years old took part in the scientific work. The observation took 15 years.
It is reported that 1% among those observed developed malignant melanoma, and 0.7% developed a precancerous condition or stage 0 melanoma.
Of particular interest is the fact that scientistsfailed to find a significant association between eating fried fish and skin cancer. However, a daily intake of 17.8 g of uncooked fish was associated with a higher risk of malignant melanoma.