Food with the label irradiated food, may be harmful to your health
food irradiation destroys much of the vitamin content of food, produces a number of toxic byproducts: formaldehyde, benzene, and formic acid, as well as unique radiolytic products, e.g. 2-alklycyclobutanoes, that have been demonstrated to be cytotoxic (damages cells), genotoxic (damages DNA), and carcinogenic (causes cancer) in test tube and animal studies.”
Fortunately, the FDA currently requires that irradiated foods include labeling with the statement “treated with radiation” or “treated by irradiation” and the international symbol for irradiation, the radura:
That alcohol in your mouthwash doesn’t help fight bacteria and might give you oral cancer and dry out your mouth.
Alcohol [is used as a] solvent (no it isn’t there to fight bacteria). It also unfortunately dries the mouth out which is counterproductive so most companies are shying away from this
Here is a link on alcohol based mouthwash and oral cancer.
Yeah, you might as well put mushrooms and onions in your omelette, seeing as they help prevent cancer and all…
Mushrooms often prevent against angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation) - or rather they help stop the shit-tons of angiogenesis needed for cancer cells to proliferate. Here are some of those mushrooms and the compounds which are helpful vs. angiogenesis.
But as this article says, there are benefits to lots of different types of mushrooms
Shiitake mushrooms have been found to inhibit increases in tumor volume of human breast cancer cells implanted in mice.
Portobello and crimini mushrooms are closely related to white button mushrooms. Of the mushrooms studied, white button mushrooms have among the most powerful proven breast cancer chemopreventive properties, since they have been shown to suppress aromatase activity and estrogen biosynthesis