7 Cancer-Causing Foods
What is the difference in food with a little extra fat and sugar and foods that contain hazardous carcinogenic substances that can cause long term damage to your health?
There are seven ultra carcinogenic foods that you should avoid.
Meat prepared by smoking, frozen, salting or meat containing preservatives are associated with an increased risk of cancer. Most of these types of meat products with a carcinogenic ingredient known as sodium nitrite, which is used to make packaged meat got a bright red color, to make it look fresh. A study in 2005 conducted by University of Hawaii shows that processed meat increases the risk of pancreatic cancer and up to 67% percent.
After a thorough review of more than 7,000 clinical studies, which cover the connection between diet and cancer, the World Wide Fund for Cancer Research published that consumers should stop buying and eating meat products until the end of life.
They contain an enormous amount of calories, sugar and artificial ingredients that have no nutritional value. One soft drink contains about 70 grams of sugar. According to research, the most popular dietary and “regular” fizzy drinks have the same effect on dental shine as battery acid, which leads to increased tooth sensitivity and decay despite good oral hygiene. Research conducted by the University of Minnesota shows that people who drink at least two soft drinks during the week, almost double the risk of getting pancreatic cancer.
Full of trans fats or hydrogenated vegetable fats, carbohydrates, sodium, flavor enhancers, colors, and preservatives. All this can cause clogging of the arteries. The high temperature at which the chips produced typically causes the formation of carcinogenic substances, such as acrylamide, which is also found in cigarettes. According to Professor Harris Deila the American University of Clark, acrylamide causes several hundred thousand cases of cancer per year. Even chips with reduced trans fats may contain acrylamide.
According to research by the American working group for the environment, foods that contain on the average most pesticides are apples. The content of pesticides in more than 700 samples tested is 98% percent. Other highly contaminated foods include grapes, strawberries, potatoes and oranges.
Popcorn for microwave
According to the American research universities, UCLA, chemicals that are found in the inner layer bags, including Perfluorooctanoic acid, are part of a class of compounds that can be associated with infertility in humans. During the investigation, it was found that chemicals cause the occurrence of cancer of the liver, testes and pancreas. When saving in a microwave, chemicals evaporate and withdrew to the interior of popcorn.
Most manufacturers have promised to get this acid by 2015.
The interior of the packaging of most canned foods contain bisphenol A, a chemical that acts like estrogen and disrupts hormonal activity of the organism. Studies tie this chemical with heart disease, intestinal damage, infertility and other reproductive problems. American Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that exposure to bisphenol A is widespread throughout the world. Although all canned foods are not worrisome, canned tomatoes is especially dangerous, since, due to its high acidity keeps hostile chemicals in it. A liter of canned tomato paste typically contains about 50 mcg of BPA , which is too low, which can affect people, especially the children.