Cancer may develop faster because of this product

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Scientists at the University of Massachusetts have discovered that consuming cooking oil can cause more intense cancer and colon inflammation. To carry out this study, researchers used mice with these diseases who ate used canola oil.

Even though fried foods made from vegetable oil are popular around the world, one of the latest research on the health effects of this cooking technique has revealed that the consumption of products cooked in this oil could stimulate development. inflammations and colon cancer.

The study conducted by scientists at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst was published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research.

Accelerated development of tumors

The researchers examined the impact of cooking oil consumption on animals. They fed the mice with these types of diseases canola oil used to prepare falafel at a fast food restaurant in Amherst.

The experiment revealed that the development of the tumors had been multiplied by two. In addition, the spread of bacteria and toxic bacterial products in the blood has been accelerated.

“People with colon inflammation or colon cancer should be informed about this research,” said Jianan Zhang, the lead author of the study, cited by MedicalXpress.

“In the United States, many people have these diseases, but many of them continue to eat fast food and fried products,” says Professor Guodong Zhang. “If someone has IBD [chronic inflammatory bowel disease] or colon cancer and is eating that type of food, there is a chance it will make the disease more aggressive,” he added.


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