Fried Foods Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer
Consuming fried foods regularly increases the risk of prostate
Eating deep-fried foods such as French fries, fried chicken and
doughnuts increases the risk of prostate cancer. This increased risk also increases the risk for aggressive
The increased risk of prostate cancer and fried foods is
highly associated with frequent consumption, more than once a week. In the research study men who ate one or
more servings of French fries, fried chicken or donuts each week had a 30% to 37% increased risk of aggressive
Chemicals that form in the hot oils may contribute to the
high risk of prostate cancer. During the cooking process the hot oils make cancer causing chemicals including
acrylamide, heterocyclic amines, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, aldehyde, acrolein and advanced glycation
Reference Source: Prostate, Jan 17, 2013, Consumption of
deep-fried foods and risk of prostate cancer.
Bishop Natural Cancer Reports Pearl
Simply put, avoid fried foods at any restaurant! You never
know how many times the oil has been used at very high temperatures. I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that a
fast food restaurant may reuse the same oil for over a week before replacing it. Your piece of fried chicken
could contain cancer causing chemicals from thousands of fried meats or donuts.
When you cook at home cook at the lowest temperature
possible. When the oil is smoking your are making cancer causing chemicals.
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