The most popular fast food in America arehot dogs.Did you know that they were brought in our country by German immigrants? Just in America, around 7 billion of hot dogs are eaten in the summer. Even though they are very popular, this delicious junk food can in fact, be very harmful to our overall health.
Usuallyhot dogs are made from beef, chicken and pork meat, but the production process involves adding animal remains such as claws, legs, fat and skin. Additives such as monosodium glutamate, corn syrup, salt and many others are added in order to improve the flavor, which varies from country to country. The worst thing about the flavors is that carmine flavors and monosodium glutamate are derived from the shells of tiny bugs that are boiled in ammoniaand sodium carbonate!
You can never be sure which additives are used for hot dogs because they are not written on the labels.
The University of Hawaiiconducteda research, according to which processed meat increases the risk of pancreatic cancer by up to 67%! Processed meat practically always contains additives like nitrites and nitrates, harmful substances that have been proven to increase the risk of bladder, pancreatic, stomach and bowel cancer. The American Institute for Cancer Research claims that only one hot dog a day can increase the risk of colorectal cancer by 21%!
Watch the following video to learn about the horrible truth about the hot dog production: