Oncologist told when food causes cancer

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On the air of Channel Five, oncologist, candidate of medical sciences Mikhail Myasnyankin explained when food can cause cancer.

The doctor noted that products contaminated with mineral fertilizers or carcinogens increase the risk of developing oncology. “These substances have a detrimental effect on the gastrointestinal tract, on the mucous membrane. Due to such a lesion, oncology can appear,” he said.

In addition, the physician focused on the method of cooking. In particular, for frying meat or vegetables in sunflower oil. Myasnyankin recalled that if sunflower oil is used several times, then carcinogenic substances begin to accumulate in it.

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