The Link Between Nitrates in Hot Dogs...

The Link Between Nitrates in Hot Dogs and Cancer

There are 2 comments on the WSET-TV Lynchburg story from Oct 31, 2011, titled The Link Between Nitrates in Hot Dogs and Cancer. In it, WSET-TV Lynchburg reports that:

Nitrates are added to cured, processed meats like hot dogs to enhance their flavor and color, and to extend their shelf life.

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Mercola Fan

United States

#1 Oct 31, 2011
Just another innocent looking tactic to let consumers think that it is safe to consume carcinogenic preservatives.

People Bieng Sick and Cancer are Big Business. There's no money and profit for the Big Boys if everyone were healthy.

Stay away from Nitrites, Nitrates, MSGs, Artificial Sugars, Food Coloring, Aluminum Cookware and Flouride Toothpaste and Water.

Go Organic and stay away from GMOs
FBOMBER

Canada

#2 Nov 1, 2011
Mercola Fan wrote:
Just another innocent looking tactic to let consumers think that it is safe to consume carcinogenic preservatives.
People Bieng Sick and Cancer are Big Business. There's no money and profit for the Big Boys if everyone were healthy.
Stay away from Nitrites, Nitrates, MSGs, Artificial Sugars, Food Coloring, Aluminum Cookware and Flouride Toothpaste and Water.
Go Organic and stay away from GMOs
Thats a good partial list, and great advice. When corporations produce our food its for profit only, and not for the customer's health. Vaccines fall into a simular category.

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