Hot dogs are one of the most popular fast food in U.S, but actually they were brought by German immigrants. In America, every summer is eaten around 7 billion of hot dogs!
We all know that hot dogs are super delicious, but in fact they are very dangerous for our health.
Hot dogs are made from chicken, pork and beef meat, but in the process of production, animal remains such as legs, skin, claws and fat, are added. Also, for better flavor a lot of additives are added, such as monosodium glutamate, corn syrup, salt, etc.

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The worst thing about these flavors, including monosodium glutamate, is that they are derived from bug shells that are boiled in ammonia and sodium carbonate.
We can never know which additives are used in hot dogs preparation, because they are not written on the labels.
According to one research done at the University of Hawaii, eating processed meat enhance the risk of pancreatic cancer to unbelievable 67 %!
Every processed meat, not only hot dogs, contains additives as nitrates and nitrites, which are very harmful and increase the risk of pancreatic, stomach, bowel and bladder cancer.
The American Institute for Cancer research state that if you consume only one hot dog daily, you will increase the risk of colorectal cancer to 21 %.
In this video below, you can see how hot dogs are actually produced:

 

Source: healthyfoodadvice.net