Vegetables have been shown in studies to cause a range of cancers, including bladder, colon and breast cancers, and the research is continuing.
There are some foods which have a much lower risk of causing cancer, according to a recent study published in the journal Lancet.
The researchers found that fruit juice was found to be associated with an increased risk of lung, breast, prostate and prostate cancer.
Fruit juice also appears to increase the risk of colon cancer.
There is no evidence that eating fruit is necessarily healthy, however, and fruit and juice may be good for your health in moderation.
Fruit is rich in vitamins and minerals, and it is a good source of fiber.
The scientists said that there were no clear links between fruit juice and cancer.
The most common cancers associated with eating fruit include bladder, pancreatic, and prostate, but there is also evidence that fruit is linked to the risk for colon, prostate, colon cancer, and bladder cancer.