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Again, it’s important to note that quality matters. People who eat healthy plant-based foods containing fiber, minerals, antioxidants and other nutritious ingredients come out ahead of those who eat processed foods and foods with added sugar, such as white bread and pasta, breakfast cereal, chips, and cookies.
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Toxic Ingredients in Hair Dyes and Their Link to Cancer, Fertility Issues, and Other Health Problems... To read this and other articles click the link in bio and visit our blog, don’t forget to subscribe.
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Follow @alkalineveganfacts This is what I sometimes have for breakfast when I’m trying to detox, it will remove a lot of mucus, I highly recommend it. Add 1 or 2 tbsp of key lime juice to 8 oz of water and drink while taking alkaline herbs. ____________________________________________________________ #food #healer #naturalremedy #herbs #minerals #nature #wakeup #toxins #herbalmedicine #fasting #intermittentfasting #organic #alkalinevegan #vegan #alkalinevegannews #alkalineveganshop #electricfoods #alkalineliving #plantbased #meditation #alkalineveganrecipes #veganfood #alkalinefood #alkalinediet #fastingtips #drrobertmorse #arnoldehret
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Statistical analysis of the data showed that people (especially females) who frequently use hair dyes, or have been coloring their hair for more than two decades, have an increased risk of NHL. ⠀ Epidemiologic studies have suggested hair dye to be a risk factor for many cancers. However, previous studies on the association between the personal use of hair dye and risk of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) have been inconclusive. ⠀ Methods ⠀ The PubMed, Embase, Cochrane Library, and Web of Science databases, as well as the references cited in included studies, were searched for relevant studies up to February 10, 2015. Odds ratios (OR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI) were applied to assess the strength of the association. Publication bias was evaluated using a funnel plot by Egger's and Begg's tests. ⠀ Results ⠀ A total of 16 studies were included in the analysis, including 13 case-control studies and 3 cohort studies. The present meta-analysis results revealed that the risk of NHL in a high population of hair dye users was 14% (OR 1.14, 95% CI 1.01–1.29). Furthermore, individuals who used more than 20 pack-years of hair dye had increased risk of NHL. ⠀ Conclusion ⠀ The outcomes indicate that hair dye use increases the risk of NHL, especially for females. Hence, people who frequently use hair dyes or have been using hair dyes for more than 20 years should minimize their exposure to hair dye products to prevent the risk of NHL. ⠀ Study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6597908/
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Major studies suggesting a link between milk and prostate cancer have appeared in medical journals since the 1970s. Two of six cohort studies (research studies following groups of people over time) found increased risk with higher milk intakes. Five studies comparing cancer patients to healthy individuals found a similar association. One of these, conducted in northern Italy, found that frequent dairy consumption could increase risk by two and one-half times. In 1997, the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research concluded that dairy products should be considered a possible contributor to prostate cancer. And yet another research study came out in April 2000 pointing to a link between dairy and prostate cancer: Harvard’s Physicians’ Health Study followed 20,885 men for 11 years, finding that having two and one-half dairy servings each day boosted prostate cancer risk by 34 percent, compared to having less than one-half serving daily. Researchers are looking, not only at whether milk increases cancer risk, but how. The answer, apparently, is in the way milk affects a man’s hormones. Dairy products boost the amount of insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I) in the blood. In turn, IGF-I promotes cancer cell growth.3-5 A small amount is normally in the bloodstream, but several recent studies have linked increased IGF-I levels to prostate cancer and possibly to breast cancer as well. Milk does other mischief. Its load of calcium depletes the body’s vitamin D, which, in turn, may add to cancer risk. Most dairy products are also high in fat, which affects the activity of sex hormones that play a major role in cancer. And it would come as no surprise that milk might affect the growth of cancer cells. After all, its biological purpose is to support rapid growth in all parts of a calf’s body. After the age of weaning, calves (like all mammals) have no need for milk at all, and there is never a need to drink the milk of another species. Source: http://www.pcrm.org/health/health-topics/milk-and-prostate-cancer-the-evidence-mounts
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Follow @alkalineveganfacts Steve Jobs knew what people are discovering now. The whole milk does a body good concept is a marketing ploy, regular consumption of dairy products has been linked to prostate cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer.
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Cheese is it Worth it? Dairy Linked to Prostate Cancer, Acne, Inflammation and More... To read this and other articles click the link in bio and visit our blog, don’t forget to subscribe.
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