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Processed Meats Declared Too Dangerous for Human Consumption!

This is very scary....but I think most of us already knew this...
The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has just completed a detailed review of more than 7,000 clinical studies covering links between diet and cancer. Its conclusion is rocking the health world with startling bluntness: Processed meats are too dangerous for human consumption. Consumers should stop buying and eating all processed meat products for the rest of their lives.

Processed meats include bacon, sausage, hot dogs, sandwich meat, packaged ham, pepperoni, salami and virtually all red meat used in frozen prepared meals. They are usually manufactured with a carcinogenic ingredient known as sodium nitrite. This is used as a color fixer by meat companies to turn packaged meats a bright red color so they look fresh. Unfortunately, sodium nitrite also results in the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines in the human body. And this leads to a sharp increase in cancer risk for those who eat them.

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WCRF meta-study excluded important data

Even the Huffington Post piled on in criticizing the flawed WCRF meta-study. They excluded one of the largest and most rigorous studies of colorectal cancer and red meat.

...the four-year delay in publication cannot but raise the question of whether their results just didn't fit in with the nutritional beliefs of Harvard's School of Public Health, one of whose senior figures - Dr. Walter Willett - has long recommended limiting red meat and who, coincidentally, is a board member of the World Cancer Research Fund... the decision to withhold the results of what appears to be a statistically robust study of enormous scope taints the report's recommendations with the unhealthy appearance of ideology.

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That's why my freezer is filled with my home grown beef.

Also my home grown chickens, turkeys and a few guineas I wanted to try. I have more eggs than I know what to do with so I give them away to whomever will accept them. Now I just need to set up to milk my own cows and all will be well.

No medications or hormones. And they produce all the fertilizer I need for my garden.

Same here.

I raise chickens and use their waste as fertilizers for my gardens. Planting veggies is like printing your own money. Lost two bees hives this winter. I blame the GMO corn and soy fields down the road.Both hives show no sign of disease.

Throw some woodchips

(not the bags but the kind from shredded tree limbs with leaves, usually free in piles somewhere) on top of your soil and you'll hardly have to water or fertilize ever again. I'll have a video up on here soon showing the excellent results.

Yes. Adds plant minerals to the soil.

Sixty mineral elements have been proven essential for full human health.

The first US Patent was for making Wood Ashes which were used in England for fertilizer.

Wood ashes are plant minerals with the carbon burnt off.

The plants and the surrounding biosphere will feed on the wood chips and plant mulches.

Cultures that use plant minerals on their gardens have 40 times more 100 year olds than the US.

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Where are the veggie dawgs?

I want to eat hot dogs made from vegetables. If I cannot find veggie dogs anywhere I am going to have to learn how to make them. We grow more veggies than you can say grace at, just have to figure out how to enclose them in a not-so-disgusting way. Beetdog or spinachdog sounds too good to be true. We have canned relish that is so good on a hotdog but buying the ones without nitrates is expensive.

we should start

a brown bacon, pepperoni and salami company....I need my pizza

just use

fliggin spray paint- I mean DUH !

Blanket statements like this

Blanket statements like this garbage only matches the stupidity of any who would believe it. Thumbs down!

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.


Foods containing nitrites and nitrates pose unneeded health risks in the age of refrigeration replacing earlier needs for preservation.

I select nitrate and nitrite free meats when I shop.

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He is right

Common sense goes over most peoples heads now. Look who is President of the USA


Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

Hes right.

Common sense go over people heads now. Look at what the people voted for a leader of the United States. All I see are Obama zombies

The "World Cancer Research

The "World Cancer Research Fund." Sounds legit, right? It's a bunch of bologna, pun intended. They have an agenda, and they really don't want you to eat any kind of protein whatsoever because proteins are literally the building blocks of life.

Don't eat rare red meat, God forbid you might actually give your body what it needs...all of that zinc and protein is just too much for the depopulation crowd to digest.

Sodium (salt) has been used for centuries to preserve meat. Sodium nitrite is salt, but MSG is much more harmful to human health. Monosodium Glutamate is found in heavily processed fast food.

A bologna sandwich full of sodium nitrite is healthy compared to a McDonald's cheeseburger.

At least the bologna will actually decompose and rot into a moldy pile of fungus that stinks to high heaven.

A McDonald's cheeseburger on the other hand does not rot. It lasts forever, and ever and does not decompose after years of exposure.


Ever leave a pound of ham in the fridge and forget about it for a couple of weeks? Doesn't take long to realize something rotten is hitting your nostrils...and you find a nice pile of moldy, fungus filled, bacteria ridden forgotten ham you got from the deli buried deep in the bottom corner of your refrigerator.

That's natural....

A cheeseburger filled with MSG is not.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

MSG, nitrates, nitrites,

MSG, nitrates, nitrites, autolyzed yeast extract, torula yeast, carrageenan - it's ALL unhealthy.

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Why is MSG

harmful in your opinion? You stated, "Sodium nitrite is salt, but MSG is much more harmful to human health." My understanding is that monosodium glutamate is simply the amino acid, glutamine, bonded with one molecule of sodium.

I recognize that the conventional wisdom in this country seems to view MSG as being a harmful substance but my own research led me to believe that the viewpoint is misguided. My mind is always open to new information, perhaps you have some to offer?

Just look at people eating in restaurants.

The new thirty year old looks like a 60 year old.Most have illness that used to be seen in people over sixty.Go to any pharmacy.One full isle of tummy meds,one full isle of allergy meds,.One full isle of cough and pain meds.I see a lot of sick young people out there. Keeping people sick is big money.You are what you eat. I will pass on a aspartame/GMO corn syrup soda, trans fat frys and a msg/processed burger. Color me gone. Out to the garden to work and play.

Dr. Blaylock can answer your

Dr. Blaylock can answer your question.


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He doesn't seem to present

anything of substance that meets the basic requirements of my critical thinking. I'm looking for actual evidence rather than the words of an "expert." Anybody who already believes this stuff to be toxic is primed to accept every word he says at face value without fact checking of any kind.

So far, all of the studies that I have researched seem to have debunked the myth that MSG is toxic (something I once believed to be an obvious fact). Where is the evidence? Shouldn't this be easy to find? Many Asian cultures seem to have been ingesting the largest quantities of this for the past hundred years and there is no sign of slowing down, no crazy MSG related health crises to be found, at least not yet in my observation. Maybe somebody else can point me in the right direction?

Remember, glutamine is necessary to our bodies' functions. It seems logical to me that too much would be unsafe or even toxic to one's health (just like water). I'm not sure that it's even possible to consume MSG containing foods in quantities large enough to approach the danger zone.

Wouldn't you think that by now plenty of material evidence should be easily available to demonstrate the dangers? If it does not exist, then why might that be? Beware of conventional "wisdom" which at times tends to include the mass delusions.

I've never heard that sodium

I've never heard that sodium nitrate is actually good for you. I understand it's healthy compared to MD's, but probably not compared to more healthy substances. Since I see it in so many different processed food items and things I would consider unhealthy I attempt to avoid it. I find it sadistic that MD's and other fast food places attract children to their bad food with toys.