Hot dogs are the most popular fast food in America, but did you know that German immigrants are brought hot dogs in the country? In America alone, around 7 billion hot dogs are eaten in the summer.

Although very popular, this delicious junk food can be very harmful to our health.
Hot-dog is usually made of chicken, beef, and pork, but the production process involves the addition of animal remains such as legs, claws, skin, and fats.

Additives such as corn syrup, monosodium glutamate, and many others are added to improve the taste, which is different from country to country. The worst part about tastes is that monosodium glutamate and carmine flavors are derived from shellfish tiny bugs that are cooked in sodium carbonate and ammonia!
We can never be sure of additives used for hot dogs because they have never been written on labels.

According to a study conducted at Hawaiian University, processed meat increases the risk of pancreatic cancer up to 67%!

Processed meat almost always contains additives such as nitrites and nitrates, dangerous substances that have proven to increase the risk of stomach, pancreatic, bladder and intestinal cancer.

According to the US Institute for Research on Cancer, only one hot dog can increase the risk of colon cancer by 21% per day!

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