Facts About Eating Pork
Do You Ever Get a Headache from Eating Pork?
Have you ever ate pork and upon your last bite started developing a headache? I have, and there's a reason for that. Here are some facts about eating pork:
- A pig's diet. Did you know pigs will eat anything? This includes worms, rats, garbage, their own feces and other pigs? Yes, it's true! Shortly after a pig has eaten "whatever," it then turns into meat on the pigs bones and this is the meat we eat; bacon, sausage, ham, salami, pork chops, etc. Sounds yummy huh?
- Pig diseases. Here's more, did you know The Center for Disease Control stated that well over 100 viruses come from China to the Unites States each year through pigs? In fact, a majority of flu viruses that we encounter come from the lungs of pigs.
- Toxins. Also, pigs foster many other toxins that are concealed with diseases and contain worms. Pork is the main source of tapeworm. This kind of bacteria spreads through the body and goes undetected for years. The bacteria takes nutrients from our cells and encourage inflammation and decline within all tissues. This helps to make an environment within our bodies, contributory to heart disease, diabetes, cancer, acid reflux, fatigue, and depression.
- Retrovirus in pork cells. If this isn't enough to make you stop eating pork, let me leave you with one last fact: A retrovirus lives in all pork cells and this virus lives through the heat that we cook in! So, we eat our tasty meat, and guess what goes inside our body? You got it, a retrovirus!
I've poked fun in this article a little, but please understand the serious consequences of eating pork. Honestly, it causes many problems with our human body and the headaches that are often associated with eating pork is just one. We should pay attention to the headaches as a warning sign of a food/meat not good for you. If a food is good for you, it will give you energy, nutrients, and make you feel good; not headaches, fatigue, tapeworms, viruses, and just an overall decline of health.
So now you have it, the facts about eating pork! I trust you will make the right decision for the sake of you and your family. Oink, oink!