Pork-based meals are among the most popular types of food known to man. Although we consume pork on a regular basis we should be aware of the harmful effects it has on our health.
Although every necessary precautionary measure is taken to provide modern-day pig farms with the obligatory hygienic environment, swine still remain to be extremely dirty animals. They are omnivorous scavenging animals that literally eat everything. From rotten food to dead carcasses nothing escapes their menu. This is why the fat that builds up in their muscles is far more than any other meet that we eat.
It takes the human body more than 6 hours to digest the smallest stake and pork eaters often eat more than just one stake per meal. Pork becomes a problem when consumed in excess and it builds up in your small intestines. It disrupts the natural processes in your digestive system and disables your ability to naturally absorb the most essential nutrients from the food you intake.
Another potential hazard that lies inside pork meat is the trichina worm that causes the infectious disease trichinosis. This particular worm is found in pork meat. If it enters the human body it lodges itself directly into the heart muscles and poses an immediate danger of fatal heart failure.
Everyone eating excessive amounts of pork on a regular basis is at constant risk of experiencing the negative side effects of the tasty meat.