Tag Archives: acrylamide

How potatoes can increase the risk of cancer cell growth

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(NaturalHealth365) A recent campaign launched by The Food Standards Agency of the UK is warning the public about cancer risks from overcooked potatoes. Potato chips, French fries and well-done roasted potatoes are some of the biggest offenders, but other foods cooked at high temperatures can be problematic as well. Why? Because eating too much of these foods can fuel cancer ... Read More »

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Eating French fries linked to double the risk of premature death

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(NaturalHealth365) French fries (or similar fried food high in acrylamide) twice per week can actually lead to a dramatically higher risk of early death. A study conducted by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition observed 4,400 men and women ages 45 to 79 for eight years. They were assessed based upon their weekly fried potato consumption. After eight years, 236 ... Read More »

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Warning about fried foods: High levels of acrylamide can trigger cancer cell growth

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(NaturalHealth365)  Are you a lover of fried foods?  You may want to consider how much acrylamide you’re consuming each day.  In fact, many health experts are sounding the alarm about eating anything fried in vegetable oil – especially due to its link with promoting cancer. (keep reading to learn more) The International Agency for Research on Cancer has designated acrylamide ... Read More »

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