Nutella can give you cancer!

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Jan 12, 2017

Nutella can give you cancer! by Flame at 12:37 AM (429 Views / 0 Likes) 25 replies

  1. Flame
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    Well either die happy with cancer on my bread in the morning. I can deal with it.
     
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    Yeah, so does caffeine, smartphones, the sun, too much sugar, fat, what doesn't give people cancer?
     
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    Anyway clicking on the daily mail is not going to happen here, can you tell me whether this is the good kind of cancer that hits at the age of 60 or so and prevents Alzheimer's from running its course or is it going to happen sooner?
     
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    hacksn5s4 posts...

    wait...

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    lets say ive put all my eggs in one basket
     
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    Did I miss something? :blink:
     
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    lets say he wanted DS loading in DSi ALOT!


    almost as much you want SNES emus on every platform every device every tech. :P
     
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    *Sigh* :( Et tu brute

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    maybe not much as you...


    did you offer a BJ for what you want?
     
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    Hell no:rofl2:




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    Yeah, I'm outta this thread xD
     
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    @Flame please stop shitposting, it hurts my butt like @Flame
    and as it was said before, everything gives cancer, just at different level...
     
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    omg this is like the new "Milk is bad for you" from february 2016... I might make a copycat thread
     
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    im not shitposting... im sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeitposting
     
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    Wasn't caffeine good for your body due to its antioxidants?
     
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    Caffeine is a stimulant and a vasoconstrictor, used in pain relief as an agent, you're thinking of dark chocolate lol. Too much caffeine can cause mild cardiac arrhythmia in high doses over a long period of time.
     
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    I did a quick check to make sure i wasnt being stupid, but yeah, it indeed has antioxidants. The problem is that drinking more than 1 cup per day is what kills you.

    If you drink like 1 cup for 4 days every week, it won't matter but it will slighty helps your body with its shit and stuff.
     
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    Eh, plenty of other sources for antioxidants, people can still develop a tolerance and dependence on it; my sister used to be quite dependent on caffeine, she stopped cold turkey before getting pregnant and it was hard, kept getting muscular twitches and the like.
    Same with her husband, used to consume two or so "energy" drinks per day, it was hard but he's doing fine. Chocolate may have caffeine, but it's the theobromine (the alkaloid similar to caffeine) that we get hooked to, and the sugar. Sugar is also addictive, but I digress :P I'll be careful with any kind of potentially addictive substance like caffeine XD It is useful for pain relief however.
     
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    that's the thing, we need to be responsible with the quantity of what we eat or drink. Drinking too much water can kill you too, funny, isn't it?
     
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    Yup, water intoxication, though it is extremely rare and pretty hard to get, the body will usually forcibly vomit, well, usually lol.
     
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    lets list all things that are bad for which we do everything and love!
     

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