One of the most commonly used vegetable oils triggers epigenetic changes that drive metastatic tumor growth. Choose to eliminate these fats to lower your risk of inflammation.
Palm Oil Promotes Metastasis in Your Mouth
An animal study demonstrates palmitic acid, one of the most commonly used vegetable oils, triggers epigenetic changes that fuel metastatic cancer growth, even when used for a short time
The palm oil industry imposes far-reaching detrimental effects on human health and the environment. Land clearing practices lead to air pollution that have resulted in premature death, cardiovascular disease and respiratory illnesses in Southeast Asia
Vegetable oils raise your level of omega-6 fatty acid. This imbalance leads to inflammation and harm health having been linked to heart disease and higher rates of mortality
It is vital to dramatically reduce your vegetable oil intake and recognize the evidence-based link between your diet and cancer development and metastasis