What happens inside your body when you eat pork is terrifying. Pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world making up about 38% of meat production worldwide. It is especially popular in East and Southeast Asia, Europe,Sub-Saharan Africa, North America, South America and Oceania. No matter how you think about it, pigs are a rather dirty animal. They are considered the garbage and waste eliminators of the farm, often eating literally anything they can find. This includes not only bugs, insects, and whatever leftover scraps they find laying around, but also their own feces, as well as the dead carcasses of sick animals, including their own young.
Many religions do not allow the consumption of pork. In addition to that, it is little known fact that excessive consummation of pork can be harmful to human health.
Bacteria called Yersinia enterocolitica resides within a pig’sbody. This bacterium is extremely dangerous contaminant that causes diarrhea, vomiting, cramps, fever and sickness.
Tania sodium also found in pork causes loss of appetite. Moreover, studies have proved that this compound also may cause conditions such as fever, myalgia and edema. All of the above mentioned harmful elements need to be eliminated from the pork before consumption by cooking on a high temperature you willl kill the bacteria.
If you’re a pork eater, you should know that it’s very likely (only 3% unlikely) that you are eating the meat of a pig that spent all of its time in a crowded warehouses with no fresh air or exercise, fed a steady diet of harmful drugs to keep them breathing as they make them grow faster and fatter.
Pigs are intelligent creatures that can express and feel emotion, yet like all mass-produced animals, they’re shoved into cramped, dirty spaces, where frustration drives them to bite one another’s tails and ears off. Their pens are so tightly packed that the animals can barely turn around. Pregnant pigs are confined to gestation crates, which increases their risk of urinary tract infections, lameness, and weakened bones.