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32 Orthomolecular Medicine Table 1. Number of cataracts produced in groups of six Holtzman rats on different galactose-containing diets Number of cataracts Diets (numbers are % of total calories) 3 Weeks 5 Weeks 7 Weeks 9 Weeks Weight (g) 9 Weeks 0 0 0 2 372 1. C. M. 0 0 1 0 2. C. 379 0 2 0 2 323 3. , 40 Glc 0 6 10 11 4. , 60 Glc 193 5 12 12 12 5. ,70Glc 108 0 0 0 6. M. 0 353 0 0 0 7. 20 Gal, 80 Egg 0 356 2 0 6 6 8. 20 Gal, 40 Egg, 40 Glc 240 0 11 10 9. 20 Gal, 20 Egg, 60 Glc 12 193 0 5 10 12 10.

After years of this pressure, small outpockets can form in the colon wall, and these often get infected and require surgery. A bulky, fibrous diet is easier on the colon, increasing stool frequency and decreasing transit time. The retention time may be an important factor in cancer of the colon. Some researchers think viruses may be the cause of colon cancer. Others think the carcinogen may be a by-product of the action of intestinal bacteria on food, digestive or excretory material. Still others think colon cancer may be caused by carcinogenic chemicals which contaminate foods.

It will burn, but it wrecks the machinery. ) The decrease of diabetes during wars when sugar was scarce and foods less refined (in order to make them go farther), and the virtual absence of the disease among primitive tribes eating unrefined food, both tend to support the thesis that fiber deficiency and sugar excess are important factors, if not the main cause, in diabetes. (EDITOR'S NOTE: As you read last month in our report "Trace Minerals, Part I... On Chromium Deficiency and Atherosclerosis, " lack of this trace mineral, too, is important in fomenting diabetes and heart disease.

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