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Tarragon Toxicity?

Michael Greger MD | November 5, 2013 | Health

Read More: alcoholic beverages, anise seed, avocado, canned fish, carcinogens, chervil, comet tail test, Consumer Protection Scientific Committee on Food, DNA damage, fats, fennel, flavoring, mutagens, oils, spices, tarragon, The European Union's Health, toxins, whole foods

Decades ago, concern was raised about some of the components of the herb tarragon. The European Union's Health & Consumer Protection Scientific Committee on Food concluded that one of the constituents may act as a carcinogen and damage DNA,......

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Estrogens in Cooked Meat

Michael Greger MD | July 2, 2013 | Health

Read More: animal protein, breast cancer, broccoli, cancer, cancer-producing substances, carcinogens, cooked meat, ductal carcinoma, estrogen, heterocyclic amines, IGF-1, Indian gooseberries, meat, metastatic potential, mutagens, National Cancer Institute, PhIP, three strikes, tumor, tumor growth

We've known since 1939 that there were "cancer-producing substances" in roasted meat. Scientists have since identified these compounds as heterocyclic amines, described by the National Cancer Institute as "chemicals formed when muscle meat, including beef, pork, fish, and poultry,......