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Friday, 15 April 2016

Cancer Causing Foods To Avoid Daily

 Your lifestyle and diet play an intricate role in the overall quality of your life. Eating nutritious foods is essential if you want to prevent common illnesses. Any integrative medical doctor will tell you that prevention is the best form of treatment for cancer.
A lot of people believe they're eating healthy but are actually consuming foods and ingredients that are toxic.
 Below are 3 Cancer causing food which we have to avoid-

1.Canned Foods
A lot of cans contain a chemical known as BPA (bisphenol-A). This is found in the lining of many cans that are sold in grocery stores across the world. In a study published in 2013 by the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, it was found that BPA affected the genes in the brains of rats. Tomatoes sold in cans should also be avoided, since they're known to have high acidity due to BPA leeched from the lining. Don't expect to see a BPA logo on cans - if it doesn't say BPA-free, then you can assume there's BPA

Research performed recently shows that soda pop has been linked to various illnesses. Those who drink more than one can of soda daily are at a higher risk of stroke than those who don't. It is also linked to weight gain, due to the high sugar content and empty calories. The artificial colorings and food chemicals placed in soda, such as 4-MI have been connected to cancer.
If you consult with a naturopathic family care physician about your diet, soda will be one of the items they recommend to remove from your daily consumption.

3.Farmed Salmon (Farmed Fish)
Many people consume fish because it's believed to be healthy. Some fish are contaminated with heavy metals, while farmed salmon are found to be contaminated with antibiotics, pesticides, chemicals and various carcinogens. This is due to them being fed unnatural diets. About 60 percent of the salmon on the market are farmed. Then because farmed fish live in crowded conditions, they have 30 times more sea lice than wild salmon.