Red meat can increase one’s risk of developing some types of cancers as well as heart disease. Processed meats have been linked to an increased risk of developing some forms of cancer. Too much alcohol can increase the risk of some cancers as well as a host of other medical conditions. Even hot beverages have been linked to an increased risk of esophageal cancer. Meat that is cooked on an open grill has been deemed to be a cancer risk.
Refined sugars and processed carbohydrates increase the risk of cancer. Foods that have been salt-cured or pickled have been deemed to increase the risk of stomach cancer. Some sources list microwave popcorn as containing a carcinogenic compound known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). Did you know that PFCs are also found in Teflon pans, pizza boxes, sandwich wrappers and other food packaging products?
Food dyes, used in many products, especially bakery items have been linked to an increased risk of cancer. Even some dairy products contain compounds that may increase one’s risk of developing some form of cancer.
Yes, some dairy products may be guilty of being a carcinogen, that has led a group of doctors to petition the FDA to require a breast cancer warning on cheese, as reported:
http://securitycamera4u.ca/testimonials/ In light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, physician members of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine are petitioning the Food and Drug Administration to put a warning label on cheese. The requested label would read, “Dairy cheese contains reproductive hormones that may increase breast cancer mortality risk.”
obat neurontin The non-profit submitted the request on October 3, 2019. If accepted, cheese manufacturers would have to include the warning label on all dairy cheese products. The group has been outspoken about preventative medicine.
Dairy products are linked to breast cancer. Estrogen in dairy products from cows increase breast cancer mortality. Because dairy products are concentrated milk, the hormones become more concentrated as well.
Multiple studies have shown the link between dairy and breast cancer. A 2013 study found that for women previously diagnosed with breast cancer, eating one or more servings of high fat dairy led to 49% higher mortality. A more recent 2017 study found similar links between diets higher in dairy and breast cancer.
A former coworker of mine ate a healthy diet and exercised his entire life. He rarely ate red or processed meats. He didn’t eat sugar or bad carbs. He didn’t drink and never smoked. There was no history of cancer in his family, but at age 64, he was told that his organs were riddled with cancer. Two months later, Gene died.
I knew another man who smoked and drank his entire life. He ate nothing but red meat, fatty foods and many of the foods that are supposed to cause cancer. When I met him, he was 92 and quite healthy.
So, why do some get cancer and many others do not? Is it more genetics or just luck? If all of these cancer warnings are true, then why are so many of us still alive and cancer free? When you research the topic, it seems that virtually everything we eat or drink is somehow linked to cancer.
Should you stop eating cheese? That’s up to you.