Less can be more. Low doses of resveratrol, a chemical found in red grapes and some other foods, were better than higher ones at stimulating cancer-fighting processes, researchers report July 29 in Science Translational Medicine. Mice with a genetic predisposition for colon cancer also developed fewer tumors on a low dose of the drug than they did on a higher dose. The effect was noticeable when the mice ate a high-fat diet.
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