Eating more than five servings of meat weekly may be linked to higher cancer risk, research suggests.
Data showed men, specifically, had lower rates of certain cancers if they were vegetarian or pescetarian.
Factors like eating more plants and having a healthy weight may make a difference, one researcher says.
People who eat less meat or stick to vegetarian diets may have a lower risk of certain cancers, suggests a study published this week in BMC Medicine.
Researchers from the University of Oxford analyzed data from 472,377 adults in the UK, aged 40-70, who did not have cancer at