Facts about pork and why it is harmful



Facts about pork and why it is harmful

Facts about pork and why it is harmful

   We all know that pork is forbidden to eat according to Islamic law among Muslims, although many Western countries make it one of the basic types of meat and use it in the production of many animal products, but nevertheless, many studies have proven the serious and dangerous harm that pork causes to human health, and through  This article will present facts about pork and pork and why they are harmful


   First: facts about pork and pork

   - Pork or its products such as sausage lead to the accumulation of harmful cholesterol in the arteries, which may lead to clogged arteries and serious diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, asthma, Alzheimer's and sexual dysfunction.

   Pig intestines are likewise considered a waste bin, as they feed and boil anything they meet, whether excrement, dirt, or other animal excretions, worms, and other spoiled and poisonous meat.

   Pork and pork absorbs toxins like a sponge, so it is 30 times more toxic than beef or venison.

   - When eating beef or venison, it takes 8- 9 hours to digest it, which means that toxins are absorbed slowly in the body, and filtered through the liver, while pork is digested within 4 hours only, which means that toxins are transferred and absorbed by  Big in the body quickly.

   Pigs do not sweat like other animals, and it is known that sweat is one of the means of expelling toxins from the body and therefore toxins are deposited inside the body and of pork.

   - Some farmers put snakes for pigs to feed on because they will not be affected by the venom of these snakes.

   After the pig is slaughtered, its meat will be filled with worms and insects in a very short time.


   Pork contains a high percentage and a very large number of parasites such as worms and tapeworms, and there is no safe cooking degree to ensure that all of these parasites are eliminated from pork.

   Pork contains a very large percentage of fat, up to twice the amount found in beef.

   Cows have a complex digestive system that makes them digest all the plants they feed on within 24 hours and purifies the body from toxins, while the pig digests the things that it feeds on within only 4 hours, and thus toxins remain inside the pig's body.

   Pigs carry about 30 diseases that can be transmitted directly to humans.

   - Pig worms do not see under the microscope because of their small size, they cause and therefore if they move to the human body and move to the intestine, muscles, brain and spinal cord, they cause illness and acute pain, and here the disease may be mistakenly diagnosed as typhoid, arthritis, meningitis, or a gallbladder problem.

   Second: the health problems caused by eating pork

   When eating pork, it is a dangerous factor for human health and increases the chances of him contracting the following diseases:

   1- Viral diseases

   The amount of parasites that the pig feeds on, such as bacteria and other parasites, causes viral infection to humans, which causes vomiting, diarrhea, fever, cramping in the abdomen and dehydration, and cooking pork here does not contribute to killing these bacteria or eliminating them completely, as these parasites are anti-drug.

   2- Nematodes

   These worms are also known as pig worm and it is one of the most important damages of pork, as when pork infected with this worm is eaten, it moves into the human intestine, it grows and becomes large in size and multiplies and moves through the gastrointestinal tract into the bloodstream and invades muscle tissue, which according to medical studies may affect the heart  The lungs, diaphragm and brain. Symptoms of infection include cramps, diarrhea, fever, muscle pain, and abdominal pain.

   3- Heart disease

   Pork contains a very high percentage of harmful saturated fats, which is a major factor in the occurrence of heart disease, as it causes a high level of harmful LDL cholesterol in the body, which causes hardening of the arteries and increases the risk of heart disease, as it leads to an excessive increase in  Weight and the occurrence of obesity, which directly affects the heart and other body systems, and this includes the cost of pork products, whether pork or sausage made from it or pork fat.

   4- It increases the risk of bladder cancer

   Eating large quantities of pork increases the risk of bladder cancer, and this according to what was published in a medical article at the Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas stating that pork cooked at high temperatures causes the formation of some heterocyclic amines called HCAs, which cause an increase  The risk of developing bladder cancer.
From that it became clear to us the extent of the harm caused by eating pork or any of the products resulting from pork

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