Those hot dogs and bacon you love so much...

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What are hot dogs made of?

That hot dog you love so much is made from lips, jowls, and body parts that a slaughterhouse otherwise could not sell. And a few grams of fly parts and feces to spice it up. In addition, processors add a good helping of exitotoxic taste additives.

If you feel you cannot live without bacon, do the first. Fill a bowel with distilled water, place the strips of bacon loosely in the water and cook in a microwave for 45 seconds, or on the stove for two minutes. Stir the water and let it site for about two more minutes. Then pour off the water and repeat the process. You'll notice the bacon has become very bland after all this cooking. This is because sodium nitate has a salty taste and is water-soluble. All you have to do is add a little salt, free of aluminum, to bring back the taste.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that could save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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