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- Jackson, C.D., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Nutrition and cancer 1998 v.30 no.3 pp. 194-200
- body protein; energy resources; energy intake; dietary fat; mammary neoplasms (animal); dietary carbohydrate; nutrient intake; synergism; incidence; females; body fat; mathematical models; dietary fiber; body weight; equations; duration; rats; weight gain; nutrient-nutrient interactions; experimental diets; animal models; breast neoplasms
- ... It is well known that caloric restriction inhibits, whereas excess calories promote, mammary tumorigenesis in rats. However, the relative contributions to carcinogenesis by calories derived from fat or from carbohydrate are not well established. To determine the relative effects of calories from fat or from carbohydrate, as well as any interaction of dietary fiber on the promotion of 7,12-dimethyl ...