Doctors advise that hot dogs should not be given to their children! Hot dogs are a favorite food for millions of people around the world, especially in America, and even sold at sporting events and festivals.
Studies have shown that on July 4 alone each year, Americans spend more than 155 million hot dogs. That’s a pretty scary figure.
Doctors warn parents to stop giving children hot dogs, and there are a number of reasons why.
The new study has shown that children who eat hot dogs two to three times a week have a 9% increased risk of leukemia. In addition, if the parent has often ate hot dogs before conception, your child is at increased risk of cancer.
In addition, women who are pregnant and like to eat hot dogs, should be aware that eating more than one hot dog a week, there is a high risk that your child will receive a brain tumor.
The reason lies in the additives nitrite, which are harmful effects of excessive consumption of hot dogs, these additives are added in the production of hot dog, in order to prevent botulism
However, during the cooking process, nitrites in combination with amines in meat can create extremely hazardous carcinogenic compound known as N-nitroso.
Therefore, if hot dog is still his favorite food, but you can not completely avoid, limit, or consume them only nitrite-free meat.