1 BPA Lined Cans: A lot of the major food companies coat the lining of their canned foods with Bisphenol A (BPA). According to studies done on human and animal cells, BPA has been linked to several health issues. These include cancer, infertility, obesity, and diabetes.BPA is also found in many different types of hard plastics. These types of plastics include water bottles, eyeglass lenses, baby bottles, sports equipment, and much more.BPA can leach into water and food supplies and pose a risk to our overall health. Although some studies state that the current levels of BPA found in certain products do not pose a danger to human beings, some research does suggest that overexposure to BPA can lead to male impotence, fertility problems, heart disease, and other health issues.

2 Smoked Foods:


Smoked meats contain harmful carcinogens called nitrates and nitrites that help prevent them from spoiling. But when the smoked meat is cooked, those nitrates and nitrites turn into N-nitroso compounds which include nitrosamines and nitrosamides.

N-nitroso compounds can increase your risk of developing cancer. The health risks associated with these types of carcinogens include stomach infections and cancer, increased risk for stroke and/or diabetes, an elevated level of sodium in a person’s diet, and more.

If you enjoy smoked meat and are searching for an alternative, you can use certain seasonings that can help add more flavour to the meat. You can also marinate your meat. Are you surprised by any of these foods yet?


3 Farm Fish: A lot of the fish that you get at the grocery store come from a farm. You might think that it’s safer to get your fish from a farm instead of the wild. Unfortunately, you’d be mistaken. Fish contains high levels of omega-3.

Wild fish get their omega-3 from the aquatic plants in the water. Farmed fish are fed an unnatural, high-corn diet that includes other pollutants and chemicals. Some of these chemicals also include pesticides which help prevent sea lice from spreading.

4 Grilled Meat:

Nothing is better than cooking grilled meat under a nice fire. But what if I told you that this can increase your chances of getting cancer? Well, it’s true!

Cooking meat under fire can create carcinogenic compounds called heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. According to research and studies were done on animals, these dangerous chemicals have been shown to cause cancer.

5 Hydrogenated Oils: You increase your chances of developing breast cancer if you constantly consume hydrogenated oils.

In order to prevent the product from going bad, manufacturers have processed the oil by creating a chemical reaction with hydrogen.

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, the trans fats that are in hydrogenated oils also promote inflammation and immune system over-activity. These have been linked to health issues that include heart disease, diabetes, and cancer


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