According numerous medical studies and experiments, pork meat is unclear. Given the fact that pigs are fed with almost everything including feces, spoiled sustenance and urine, all of them toxins that remain in the organs and fat cells of the pigs and cannot be eliminated, you shouldn’t be surprised to find out that some religions forbid pork meat consumption.
Yersinia enterocolitica, a dangerous microorganism found in the body of pigs, can cause fever, vomiting, sickness, diarrhea, and cramps. Scientists also found many contaminants in the pork meat, such as ractoparmine, which is known to cause death in sick people when consumed.
The intestinal parasite, called Taeniasolium leads to loss of appetite and tissues contamination. Malaise, edema, fever and myalgia are caused by the parasitic roundworm Trichninella. Menangle infection can cause sweating, migraine, chills and viral irritation hepatitis E can cause nausea and weariness.
Cooking pork meat at high temperature destroys the intestinal parasites causing diseases, which can help you avoid the abovementioned problems. Raw pork doesn’t pairs well with ingredients that can be eaten raw. Always wash your hands after touching raw pork or when buying it, and make sure it is not loaded with medication, ractopamine, chemicals and anti-toxins.
The feeding process of pigs has low standards so even though you cook pork meat properly; it still poses a health hazard. The more you consume pork, the more prone to disease you are.
Today, pigs that are used for meat production can be found in factory farms, surrounded by their own vomit, feces and urine, and thus they get pneumonia before being slaughtered. So they don’t enjoy a clean air or bright sun on the beautiful pastures in the wild. Instead of green grass, the pigs are fed with medications and anti-infection agents, which are type of artificial foods making pigs to grow faster and thus increasing their market value.
The dangers regarding pork consumption mentioned in this article are only some of the issues one can experience. In order to protect your health, as well as the health of your family, do some research about the origin of the pork, before buying it.
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