15 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every Day

Over 1.5 million people were diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. last year. But very few people think about the foods they are eating and how harmful some of them can be. Most of these foods are filled with deadly carcinogens and they can cause cancer. But we all eat them every day without knowing it. Can the food that you are eating on a daily basis, give you cancer? Let’s find out the top 15 most harmful and cancer causing foods.

1. Soda Pop

You already know that sodas are filled with sugar, with little nutritional value but with a big count of calories. They can cause weight gain, insulin resistance and inflammation, but what you didn’t know is that these caffeinated drinks that most of us are drinking daily, can lead to gastroesophageal reflux disease.

This is a serious condition that causes the stomach acid to leak back into the esophagus resulting in pain and burning.

In a recent study conducted by The American Journal of Nutrition, researchers found that soda drinkers actually have a higher risk of getting a stroke than non-soda drinkers. In addition to all these bad things, they also contain a whole lot of artificial colorings and chemicals (which are way too many to list here). So it’s really no surprise to anyone that drinking soda can lead to a higher risk of getting cancer.
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2 Comments on "15 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every Day"

  1. Catharine Smallwood | February 19, 2017 at 12:29 am | Reply

    potato chips have iron, calcium and many other nutrients; fat gets broken down into complex carbohydrates and protein= good for you

  2. Catharine Smallwood | February 19, 2017 at 12:38 am | Reply

    i have heard of studies showing that marinating meat before it is grilled on the bbq, then grilling it with little burning reduces the carcinagens

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