7 Cancer Causing Foods You Must Avoid

The chances of getting cancer are 1 in 2 for men, and 1 in 3 for women, according to the American Cancer Society. Those shocking numbers represent a growing epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, we should read the reading labels of any food very carefully and avoid those that are harmful to us.

In their annual cancer progress report, The American Association for Cancer Research stated that: “it is estimated that more than 50 percent of the 585.720 cancer deaths expected to occur in the United States in 2014 will be related to preventable causes.”

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7 thoughts on “7 Cancer Causing Foods You Must Avoid”

  1. This is excellent information. Some of the items I was aware of others I wasn’t, like canned tomatoes. Keep the info coming.

  2. Canned tomatoes? That’s a little hard to give up! Maybe I have to start buying the ones that come in
    packages like Pomi. And I guess wild salmon is better. I knew it wasn’t ideal, but I didn’t know farmed salmon
    could actually be harmful. But thank you , very illuminating article. As a breast cancer survivor (thankfully only stage 1a) I am grateful for helpful information like this.

  3. Thank you for the good article, I didn’t know farm salmon can cause cancer as I’m trying to eat to prevent those diseases I have been eating salmon almost every day

  4. I am impressed and for years I would be getting argry at my wife who go shoppong and take atleast 6 to 8 hours to shop. Why because she would take her time and read every label and she would never buy can goods to feed her family. And what I love about her uis that she would hunt for the best fresh foods, She is gone on the be with the Lord but her habits is still with us. we eat healthy. Our meat was onl fish,checkin and turkey and all fish was or had to be wild caught. Thank honey and rest in peace. Love you.
    J.Nixon

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