No. If anything, it would pose a reduced risk of stomach cancer relative to highly cooked foods. Highly cooked foods increase levels of HCAs, which may increase the risk of stomach cancer. The increase in risk is very slight from HCAs. A more important thing to be concerned with is the possibility of contracting a food-borne illness from consuming tainted, undercooked fish. Parasites, such as tapeworms, can also be contracted from consuming raw fish. The risk is small but real; most places serving raw fish take care to make sure that the fish is properly stored, but contracting an illness is still possible.
Stomach cancer is linked to many things. Helicobacter pylori a bacteria that infects the lining of the stomach. Old age. Being male. Eating a diet that is low in fruits and vegetables. Eating a diet high in salted, smoked, or preserved foods. Having chronic gastritis. A type of anemia. Smoking. Stomach polyps. Family history of gastric cancer.
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It doesn't. But perhaps heartburn and an upset, bubbly stomach.
No, but if you have twins in your family there is a good chance of twins but soy stuff does not increase or decrease your chance of having twins.
Eventually it will, as it has been shown to increase the risk of cancer in people
Yes. It looks like a plain , healthy stomach ,even in terminal cases ,but the patient simply bleeds to death in stomach cancer's advanced stage.
50% increase for bladder cancer.
No- cherries do not lead to cancer unless possibly they were sprayed with dangerous chemicals and you ate lots of them for years without washing them.
Your dog my have something wrong with it if it isn't eating. It could have cancer, it could have an infected tooth, or just have an upset stomach. i strongly suggest you visit a Vet soon if your dog is not eating.
no it cant is cause worms lice and other bacterial problems in the stomach and gives you diearaha
The pH of your stomach changes depending on what you are eating. If you are digesting a fat the solution can increase.
Nutritional benefits of eating tomatoes include lowering the risk of prostate and stomach cancer, reducing inflammation, and increasing your levels of vitamin A and C.