According to WHO statistics in 2015, 8.8 million deaths were attributed to different types of cancer. The disease is explained as to the uncontrolled division of abnormal cells from possible invasion of nearby organs. The dissemination can be via blood and through the lymphatic systems, so it can contaminate different parts of the body. There is a difference in the types of cancer that affect men and women, but it does not distinguish between race, age or gender; although clearly environmental, social (psychological) and genetic factors may vary the predisposition and risk of development.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, since the current lifestyle leads to a sentence of poor quality of life and sometimes premature death; the statistics show the increase of tumor developments, fatal in many cases. There are many risk factors that can trigger the spread of malignant cells: canned food, meats, fried foods, exposure to radiation, daily stress, smoking and / or alcoholism. In summary, the sociocultural aspects of consumption are mostly carcinogenic.