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stomach health

Earl grey tea contains bergamot oil, which has been found to aid in stomach lining protection. Indian gooseberries also seem to protect the stomach. Meat, on the other hand, that has been found by the USDA to be contaminated with drugs known to potentially affect stomach, nerve, and skin health but is released into the food supply nonetheless.

Total meat consumption and processed meat consumption have been linked to the risk of stomach cancer, while radishes and spinach have been found to be effective in slowing stomach cancer cell growth in a petri dish.

Tongue worm can be contracted by eating certain undercooked meats. They hatch in the intestines, burrow out into the bloodstream and extremely rarely have been been found to infest people’s eyeballs.

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