Common food additives found to trigger colon cancer, study finds

(NaturalNews) A group of common food additives causes changes to the gut microbiome that promote inflammation and lead to colon cancer, according to a study conducted by researchers from Georgia State University and published in the journal Cancer Research. The additives in question, called emulsifiers, are used to increase the shelf life and improve the…

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