Certain things have become such an everyday aspect of our lives that it might come as a shock that they are actually the deadliest things around.
Hiding behind their innocence is the radiation excessive microwave and a host of other things that are slowly contributing to your demise.
chect it out and stay inform.
Salt or sodium increases the risk of heart diseases and stroke.
Since the huge explosion in mobile usage, studies have shown that radiofrequencies contain radioactive emissions that can cause certain kinds of cancer.
These deep fried goodies can cause cancer of the colon, breast, bladder, and prostate, apart from wreaking havoc on your skin and clogging up your arteries.
White bread, along with pastas and anything with enriched wheat flour can lead to spikes in blood pressure.
Over time you can develop type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and conditions like arthritis.
According to study, sitting for more than three hours a day could extensive health risks.
A review of sleep studies showed that people who slept more than nine hours a night were 41% higher risk for heart diseases than those who slept seven to eight hours.
Soft drinks contains all kind of artificial food dyers and preservatives like BVO.
It is also bad for your weight, teeth, your skin, even your blood glucose.
It recently discovered that several paste we use on our teeth contain triclosan, it could cause nervous and cardiac problems as well as contribute to breast cancer development.
By the way Colgate and pepsodent are really good for me.
Read the contents of toothpaste before buying it.
Some air fresheners contain aspartame, neotame and a host of other dangerous chemicals that basically cause all kinds of problems like high blood pressure, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Whole milk is known to contain Bovine growth hormone, a chemical used to increase milk production in cows.
Basically BGH can lead to cancer, arthritis and chronic migraines.
The right choice is skimmed milk.
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