Even though we feel amazing after eating hotdog, our organism does not feel amazing at all.
This kind of food is dangerous for our body.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released a report suggesting that all processed meats can cause cancer, including the red meat.
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.
During the process, all the ingredients are mixed together. The mixture is enhanced with numerous additives, such as sat, corn syrup, nitrates, large salt quantities, and other chemicals, most of which have been associated with cancer.
Further studies suggest that those who consume only one hot dog a day are at 21% higher risk of colorectal cancer.
The sad truth is that even organic hot dogs have nitrite, which is often even higher in content than that in traditional hot dogs.
The appearance of nitrosamines is only a result of one of the most problematic additives used in hot dogs. They are nitrates and nitrites. Even the organic hot dogs contain nitrite.
These additives combine with amines and the result is nitrosamines, which is connected with stomach, bladder, and pancreas cancer.