Eating almonds, peanuts and dried apricots could cut the risk of liver cancer

Eating food rich in vitamin E intake could cut the risk of liver cancer, a study has found.
Researchers discovered taking vitamin E supplements or snacking on foods such as almonds, peanuts, pine nuts and dried apricots lowered the risk in middle-aged or older people.  It is also known to help protect against heart disease and eye damage in old age. 
Dr Wei Zhang, of the Shanghai Cancer Institute, analysed data from 132,837 individuals - including 267 liver cancer patients - in China where 54 per cent of all liver cancers in the world occur.
After gathering information on participants’ dietary habits they compared liver cancer risk to participants who had a high vitamin E intake to those that did not.