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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Cooking Meat Too Mature Can Trigger Cancer

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Eating too much red meat, especially undercooked cooked, may increase the risk of bladder cancer. Scientists from the United States, Professor Xifeng Wu, proving that people who like to eat red meat two times greater risk of cancer.

Research conducted on 1,700 people. A number of University of Texas researchers found a greater risk of cancer in people who eat meat cooked, as are fried, baked, or burned. Processed meat overcooked (well-done) will produce chemical compounds that are believed to trigger cancer.

he experts emphasized, not just beef and pork, but even fish and chicken when processed overcooked also have the same risk of cancer. It is therefore advisable to avoid overcooking meat processing by reducing the temperature of the fire while cooking.

In research for 12 years, the researchers analyzed the DNA of the respondents to find any difference in how the body metabolizes the meat though. Those who have a particular gene was five times higher risk of cancer of the bladder if they ate red meat.


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