Carcinogens can occur in the preparation of food, too, not just necessarily what goes into food. Charring and B-B-Qing food produces a black substance full of carbon. It has been shown that when food is charred, it can be carcinogenic, over time. Scrape your burnt toast, or, better yet, start over with a fresh slice of bread. When B-B-Q-ing, be careful not to let the burgers get too charred.
Other foods, eaten in a vast quantity, have been shown to be linked to diseases, including cancer. For a healthy diet, eat at least 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day, and avoid eating many servings of red meat per day.
Mercury levels in certain fish have been discovered, as well.
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