08/03/2010 // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Get Cancer Answers // Cancer Answers

The risk of Lung Cancer in both smokers and non-smokers can be reduced by high blood levels of the vitamin B6. In a study done by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, people with the highest vitamin B levels had a 56% reduced lung cancer risk, compared to those in the study group with the lowest B levels. Currently the recommended daily intake of vitamin B6 is 1.3 milligrams a day, about the amount found in two medium bananas.

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