Vitamin B Prevent Lung Cancer - Vitamin B is better known for maintaining good brain health. But the new study suggests vitamin B also lowers the risk of lung cancer, even in smokers.
A study of 400,000 people showed that levels of vitamin B6 and amino acids methionin enough in the body will reduce the risk of lung cancer by half. Nevertheless, the experts emphasized that quitting smoking is much more effective for preventing lung cancer.
"Increasing your intake of vitamin B will never be the same effect with if we stop smoking," said Dr.Panagiota Mitrou from the World Cancer Research Fund, one of the researchers.
Research is still preliminary in nature is certainly need further research to prove whether the vitamin is widely available in nuts, fish, or meat is indeed effective in preventing lung cancer.
Even so, the former smokers or people who have never smoked can still do something positive, such as sufficient for vitamin B, to reduce the risk of lung cancer.