Saturday, March 27, 2010
Sodium nitrate is found in a variety of luncheon meats, ham, bacon, corned-beef, hot dogs and sausages. This chemical preservative gives meat its bright red colour, prolongs shelf life and kills Clostridum botulinum spores (botulism). When consumed, this chemical preservative combines with your natural stomach chemicals forming nitrosamines. Nitrosamines are powerful carcinogens- causing cancer. Researchers revealed that the increased amounts of nitrates found in normal processed food and the environment are strongly related, and are the root cause for age-related diseases.

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Hi.. Im Katie. I am 20 years old. I am a student nurse. I love learning about healthy eating and living healthy lifestyles. There are so many lies and myths about the food we eat today and I am determined to spread the word. If you have any questions don't be shy to ask. Email me at k_rotgans@hotmail.com P.S I am not a doctor, I do not diagnose conditions. I am just hear to educate myself and others. Any symptoms I address please see your doctor.
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