It’s probably not something you think about every day, whether or not the foods you are eating could contain carcinogens, but with almost 1.5 million people diagnosed with some type of cancer just last year, perhaps it’s time to look at what is in our foods that could be causing such a huge number of new cancer patients. Here is a list of the top foods that you most likely consume every day that may contain carcinogens or be suspected of causing cancer:
Cancer-causing foods you probably eat every day
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