Wednesday, December 16, 2015

This Food Causes 4 Types of Cancer - You Should Stop Eating It Immediately!


As one of America's number one treat with more than seven billion consumers, hot dogs are TOP ONE cancer causing food and a real health hazard.

They were initially introduced by the German immigrants in the 19th century and gained their popularity soon, so nowadays, they even enjoy and iconic status.  

Cancer Causing Foods 

According to a report from a research division of World Health Organization (WHO), processed meats cause cancer, and read meat likely does, too.

If you have in mind the content of hot dogs and their production process, you won’t be surprised to find out that this worldwide loved food is hiding extreme dangers. 

To be more precise, hot dogs contain a mixture of pork, beef and chicken. In their production, factories use leftovers from cutting steaks or pork chops and “edible” slaughter by-products, such as animal feet and heads, fatty tissue and skins. 

All these leftovers are being ground and mixed together into a thick paste. Then, a plethora of additives is added in order to improve the taste of the mixture, including excessive amounts of salt, corn, syrup, monosodium glutamate (MSG), nitrates and other chemicals. 

Hot dogs are also high in fat and salt content and are chock-full of preservatives like sodium nitrate and nitrite, which are also linked to cancer.

According to the physicians committee for responsible medicine – the danger of hot dogs are as risky as smoking. 

Some of the most problematic additives used in hot dogs are nitrates and nitrites. Even organic hot dogs contain nitrite, sometimes even in higher amounts than the conventional hot dogs. Namely, these two additives combine with amines in processed meat in the presence of high heat and results in nitrosamines. Nitrosamines have been linked to cancer, specially bladder,  pancreas, colon and stomach cancer. 

The American Institute for Cancer Research states that one hot dog a day increases your risk for colorectal cancer by 21%.

If those numbers are not startling enough for you to reconsider post-club street –meat snacking or ball park wieners, the only thing that will is a diagnosis from a physician when it’s too late. 

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