Two Common Food Additives Promote Colorectal Cancer
|Two Common Food Additives Promote Colorectal Cancer||Darrell Miller||11/26/16|
November 26, 2016 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Two Common Food Additives Promote Colorectal Cancer
Chances are you'll see the names of two common food additives that have been shown to promote colorectal cancer development. Previous studies have suggested that food additives known as emulsifiers may help cause inflammatory bowel disease, a condition that encourages tumor formation in the colon, scientists looked at the role of two emulsifiers in the development of colorectal cancer. Overall, the authors of the study concluded that their findings support the idea that the agitation from the emulsifiers resulted in low-grade inflammation in the gut, which can promote the development of colorectal cancer.
- Walk into a grocery store and start reading ingredient labels on some of the more popular processed foods, including ice cream.
- For some food production, however, producers use synthetic emulsifiers to help water and oil mix.
- Emulsifiers are molecules that have an oil-loving end and a water-loving end, and together they make certain foods such as ice cream and mayonnaise possible.
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