It is called "cancer fed"!These habits, the more you like, the closer to it

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It is called "cancer fed"!These habits, the more you like, the closer to it

2022-05-14 18:19:14 7 ℃

Experts in this article: Wang Xiaochao, Ph.D.

Some people describe gastric cancer as "carcinoma feeding", which shows that gastric cancer is closely related to our bad living habits.

Drink porridge and stomach, drink more hot water, heavy taste ...

The more you like your diet, the closer you will get your gastric cancer!

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The status quo of gastric cancer in my country is not optimistic, and the incidence of gastric cancer ranks second in malignant tumor diseases. According to statistics, about 680,000 new cases of gastric cancer in my country each year, accounting for about half of global cases. The mortality rate is also very high, ranking third in malignant tumor diseases. According to statistics, every 3 minutes, one person in my country dies from gastric cancer.

The situation is severe, but we can prevent the occurrence of cancer by changing our daily habits.

How far is we from gastric cancer?

The development of gastric cancer is a multi -step process, which can be summarized as follows:

"① Local inflammation — ② Atrophy gastritis — ③ intestinal epithelium — ④ alien hyperplasia — ⑤ gastric cancer”

1. Local gastritis:

The gastric mucosa is a mucosal tissue located in the inner wall of the gastric. The epithelial cells located on the surface layer are responsible for secreting mucus. They can repair the damage of the gastric mucosa and form a natural barrier. The glands located in the lower layer are responsible for secreting gastric juice for digestion of food.

Under normal circumstances, the dynamic balance of maintenance damage and self -repair of the gastric mucosa to ensure that the gastric function is carried out normally. When the Helicobacter pylori infection, bad eating habits, improper medication and other factors, the stimulation of the gastric mucosa is not easy to repair, the gastrointestinal dynamic balance is broken and local inflammation occurs.

2. Atrophic gastritis:

When this stimulating factors continue to be too long or too strong, inflammation cannot be faded, gastric mucosa gradually becomes thinner, and the glands are gradually smaller. At this time, it develops into atrophic gastritis.

3. Intestinal epithelialization:

When the environment of the gastric environment is in danger, the unlimized cells that should have developed into gastric epithelial cells gradually develop intestinal epithelium, forming intestinal epithelial cells, which causes gastric function to damage the "worsening". At this stage, it is intestinal epithelium. Everburized intestinal epithelium is divided into two types: complete and incomplete, and the latter is more likely to develop to cancer. Inte intestinal epithelialization is usually found during gastroscopy or pathological examination.

4, alien hyperplasia:

The abnormal differentiated intestinal epithelial cells are not controlled by controlling, growth, and even deformity growth, causing severe damage to the gastric environment. Different hyperplasia is divided into low -level and advanced, and the latter is more likely to develop into cancer.

5. Stomach cancer:

The above lesions are defined as pre -gastric cancer lesions. If different types of hyperplasia develops further, then it will really develop into gastric cancer.

Will gastritis and gastric ulcers develop gastric cancer?

Common gastric diseases include gastritis, gastric ulcers, and pylori infections.


Gastritis is generally unlikely to develop gastric cancer, and most gastritis can be cured by positive treatment. However, if patients are not actively treated after gastritis and the stimulus factors of gastritis are not eliminated, then acute gastritis may also develop into chronic gastritis, and then develop into atrophic gastritis. If you do not intervene, you may embark on the road of cancer.


Gastric ulcers are generally not easy to develop into gastric cancer. However, if the stimulus is not removed and does not intervene, the epithelium epithelium on the edge of the ulcer is stimulated for a long time, and it will also embark on the road of cancer. Therefore, if gastric ulcers do not heal for a long time, recurrent attacks must be paid attention to.

#Helicobacter pylori infection

The close correlation between Helicobacter pylori infection and gastric cancer is an important factor that causes gastric cancer. However, pylori infections do not mean that those will cause cancer. According to research, about 1%of pylori infections will develop gastric cancer.

Which groups of gastric cancer risk is higher?

· People with a family history of gastric cancer, first -level relatives of patients with gastric cancer.

· People with chronic gastric disease/people with a history of stomach surgery.

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· People who smoke and drink for a long time.

· People with poor eating habits.

· The crowd of pylori infection.

Which habits will make us closer to gastric cancer?

The following bad living habits will make us get closer and closer to gastric cancer:

Long -term smoking, alcoholism

As we all know, smoke contains a large amount of substances that are harmful to health and even carcinogen, and long -term smoking will undoubtedly promote the development of gastric inflammation to the path of carcinogenic carcinogen. Alcohol can stimulate gastric mucosa, cause damage to it, and exacerbate the further development of gastric inflammation.

Frying, barbecue, pickling, high oil, high -sugar food

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Irregular diet, eating too fast, etc.

These are the risk factor of gastric cancer. In the long run, it will cause irreplaceable damage to the gastric environment and develop to cancer.

In order to stay away from gastric cancer, we should enter from the following aspects:

· Avoid eating high salt, high sugar, smoke, or mildew foods, and eat more fresh, fruit -rich fruits and vegetables.

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· Develop good dining habits: use public chopsticks, quantitatively quantitative, and chew slowly.

· Develop good living habits: quit smoking, quit drinking, and maintain exercise.