Doctors told how hair coloring linked to cancer
Hair coloring often six times a year increases the likelihood of cancer of the breast. This was stated by the doctor at the London hospital, Princess Grace Hospital, Professor Kevan Mokbel, reports The Times.
The doctor examined the medical history of patients suffering from breast cancer, and came to the conclusion that women with colored hair this diagnosis is 14% more often.
“Our research identified a statistical Association between exposure to hair colorants and the appearance of cancer of the breast. I would recommend to reduce the exposure of the synthetic dye hair up to 6 times per year and regularly undergo examination by experts,” said the doctor.
According to him, it is preferable to choose funds that contain a minimum concentration of aromatic amines. At the same time, the dyes that is composed of natural plant ingredients such as rose hips or rhubarb, hardly a threat to health.
Previously, scientists Flemish Institute of biotechnology came to the conclusion that high consumption of sugar by cancer cells stimulates the growth of malignant tumors. Unlike healthy cells cancer produce the major part of energy from the breakdown of glucose. This phenomenon triggers a cycle of continuous stimulation of development and growth of cancer.