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I think most of us would not be surprised by this, but definitely a good reminder to avoid unnatural foods

Ultra-processed foods linked to cancer

Thursday February 15 2018

Examples include mass-produced breads and cakes, snacks and sweets, fizzy drinks, and ready meals.

Researchers in France studied the diets of more than 100,000 people for 7 years.

They found small increases in the overall rate of cancer and breast cancer after the menopause in those who had the highest proportion of ultra-processed food in their diet.

But because of the wide range of foods included in the ultra-processed category, it's difficult to establish which specific foods might be responsible for the increased cancer risk, and why.

The increased risk could be caused by eating more high-sugar, high-fat processed food.

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plus a there will be thyroid problems because of the lack of iodine in the diet , leading to slowing of metabolism and increasing the risk of adrenals trying to kickstart the metabolism by pumping out cortisol and adrenalin which will keep people in high BP and high blood sugar spiral leading to insulin resistance and starving cells ...

Follow Guru ji's advice cook your own or eat as Guru ji made it fresh from the fields

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