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June 2024
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We’ve heard about the risks of meat. But the truth is, it’s not the meat that is bad in and of itself. It is the way it is raised and processed. Also make sure you cook it well. Although we should not eat an excessive amount of meat, a certain amount is good and healthy. But neither is all meat good since all meat is not fit for consumption. We’ll cover various types of meat and why it is good or not good.

Bear in mind that not everything considered organic is fit for consumption. Such as a pig, their digestive system is not adequate enough that it removes toxins, thereby making its meat unclean. Pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world, making up about 38% of meat production worldwide. It’s especially popular in East and Southeast Asia, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, North America, and South America If you’re at all familiar with the Bible, you might recall that in it God specifically instructed His people not to eat pork and shellfish. Many people are surprised to find this out, but in the Old Testament God warned us that the pig was an unclean animal. Why? Because the pig is a scavenger and not meant for human consumption.

Pigs are very dirty animals and considered the garbage and waste eliminators of the farm, often eating literally anything they can find. A pig has very few functional sweat glands and can barely sweat at all. Sweat glands are a tool the body uses to rid itself of toxins. This leaves more toxins in the pig’s body. When you consume meat from a pig, you too get all the toxins that weren’t eliminated from the pig’s body.

According to the World Health Organization, processed meat such as ham, bacon and sausage causes cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer actually classifies processed meat as a carcinogen, something that causes cancer. Researchers have found that consuming 50 grams of processed meat each day raises your risk of colorectal cancer by a very significant 18%.

The swine flu is another virus that has made the leap from pig to people. Influenza or flu viruses can be directly transmitted from pigs to humans and from humans to pigs and from people to people. Human infection with flu viruses from pigs are most likely when humans are physically close to infected pigs.

Swine influenza virus infections in humans are now being called “variant virus infections in humans.” I wonder why the authorities removed the word “swine.” Was it scaring people away from eating pork? Quite possibly.