Hot Dogs: How It Destroys Our Health

Nowadays, cancer is the frequent name receiving a lot of related diseases in which in the division of the cells of the body where the uncontrolled process is observed.

Cancer can begin in just a localized way and will just spread to other surrounding tissues.

Generally, if the patient does not receive adequate treatment, it leads to death.

More than 200 different types of cancer are known.

The most common are:

  1. Breast cancer
  2. Colorectal cancer
  3. Skin cancer
  4. Lung cancer

In the prevention of cancer, food is important. However, there are foods in the market that are very bad for your health.

If you put yourself to think for a while about how hot dogs are produced and what is its content, you may be surprised to find out that this food, loved to eat by many, is super dangerous to health.

In the United States, more than seven billion of these hot dogs are consumed each summer.

Initially, it was introduced by a German immigrant in the 9th century. Since then, it has enjoyed its icon status.

However, what experts have proven is the fact that hot dogs, though it really tastes good, are a real danger to our health. They contain nothing natural, extremely unhealthy and robotically produced.

In other words, they are a mixture of chicken, beef, and pork but in reality, are just those left over from these ingredients. Leftovers such as heads, feet, oily skin or tissue of the animal. These are mixed with large amounts of nitrates, salt, and similar chemicals. The end product is an unhealthy dough.

In each area, the taste for the opposite is different; the aromas are added with the help of monosodium glutamate or carmine.

In a test conducted by the University of Hawaii, the results are horrible. Researchers found out that consumption of that meat increases the risk of pancreatic cancer by 67%.

The result of one of the most problematic additives (nitrates and nitrites) used in hot dogs is the appearance of nitrosamines. Organic hot dogs also contain nitrite.

Nitrates and Nitrates combined with amines would result to nitrosamines, which is connected to the bladder, stomach and pancreatic cancer.

An increase of 21% chance of having colorectal cancer is associated with the daily consumption of hot dogs. This has been demonstrated and stated by the American Institute for Cancer Research.