Bringing Home The Bacon
British experts are smoking because of the lack of regulations on food additives that can lead to increased cancer rates in people who eat processed meat.
Meat has had great difficulty Go of Things since a report from the World Health Organization of 2015 that classified processed meat as Group 1, carcinogenic to humans. The news that your crispy bacon might cause cancer was met with mixed reactions. However, scientists in the UK suggest there may be a way to eat and eat your bacon.
Part of the problem could relate to the use of nitrites by the meat industry as a preservative. Nitrites are used as preservatives as well as colorants and, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), ensure that meat has a pinkish hue. A coalition led by Professor of the Queen of the University, Chris Elliott, claims that there is "a consensus of scientific opinion" that the addition of nitrites to the healing of meat can cause an increased risk of cancer in humans and in the UK 6,600 Can cause cases of cup cancer. Members of the coalition call like the cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra, the British government to discontinue the use of nitrites as a preservative.
"Government action to remove nitrites from processed meat should not be far away. It can not be a day of reckoning for those who deny the irrefutable facts. The meat industry needs to act swiftly, act now ̵