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Fried Potatoes Linked to Early Death Risk

June 15, 2017 -- A new study links eating fried potatoes with an increased risk of early death.Researchers looked at 4,440 people ages 45-79...

Can burnt toast and roasted potatoes cause cancer?

The campaign is based on longstanding evidence from animal studies in 2002, but the link is yet to be proved in human studies. Some...

Love fries and potato chips? A potential health danger lurks inside

That brown crust on fried potatoes or dark color of burnt toast signals the presence of a chemical that could be bad for your...

Dark toast and roast potatoes linked to increased risk of cancer,...

A British agency has taken longstanding warnings about the health risks of overdone toast and potatoes to a new level, launching a public-awareness campaign...

Do burnt toast and potatoes pose a real cancer risk?

This week, Britain's Food Standards Agency (FSA) launched a public health campaign warning people about the potential risks of eating burnt toast, overly crisped...

Is your toast killing you?

Image Credit: Istockphoto London: Bread, chips and potatoes should be cooked to a golden yellow colour, rather than brown, to reduce our intake of...

Is Burnt Toast Bad for You? The Science of Cancer and...

Credit: Melica | Shutterstock.comA new warning about the health risks of eating browned potatoes and burnt toast draws a link between a...

Baby food linked to cancer risk chemical that may cause tumours

Acrylamide is a chemical created when starchy food is burnt or cooked for a long time at a high temperature.Scientists have warned the public...

Easy Ways to Avoid Acrylamide in Home Cooking | The Healthy...

The realization that plenty of traditional fats in the diet is not dangerous and is, in fact, incredibly necessary for vibrant health can...

Browned Toast, Potatoes May Raise Cancer Odds

Jan. 23, 2017 - Toast and potatoes should be cooked to a golden color, not browned, to reduce our intake of a chemical that...