Monday, August 29, 2016

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AFTER YOU SEE THIS VIDEO YOU WILL NEVER EAT HOT DOGS AGAIN!

We all know that hot dogs are not healthy foods, but you would not think that it is this bad. They are filled to the brim with sodium nitrates; we know this, but you will have to see how they are really made.

No matter how young or old you are, hot dogs is an awesome food to feast on.
However, hot dogs are one of the most nutritionally bankrupt foods.
A few studies show that consuming hot dogs are being linked to having cancer especially in children.


How could hot dogs cause cancer?

"A hot dog a day could send you to an early grave," says one nutritionist, as processed meats like hot dogs can increase your risk for diabetes, heart disease, and various types of cancer.
Hot dogs contain nitrites which are used as preservatives, primarily to combat botulism.

During the cooking process, nitrites combine with amines naturally present in meat to form carcinogenic compounds and have been associated with cancer of the oral cavity, urinary bladder, esophagus, stomach and brain.

A certain study shows that children who eat over 10 hot-dogs every month could increase the risk of acquiring childhood leukemia nine times more than those who doesn't consume that much.
Hot dogs are extruded from a ground-up slurry of animal carcass, including fatty tissues and skins, animal feet, heads, and other “edible” slaughter by-products.

To make hot dogs safe and palatable, a mélange of binders, fillers, flavorings, and preservatives are added, including corn syrup, nitrates, MSG, and other synthetic chemicals.

Nitrites can also be found in many green vegetables, especially spinach, celery and green lettuce.

However, the consumption of vegetables appears to be effective in reducing the risk of cancer because they have Vitamin C and D, which serve to inhibit the formation of N-nitroso compounds. Consequently, vegetables are quite safe and healthy, and aim to reduce your cancer risk.

What you can do to prevent it?

If you are really a big fan of hot dogs, you will be glad to know that not all hot dogs contain nitrites.

Though they are not as popular as the red one, brown hot dogs are considered to be nitrite-free,thus, safer and much healthier.

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