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Franken Weenies

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Billions of hot dogs are consumed every year, but do you really know what goes into those conventional weenies? You might be surprised—and a bit appalled, too...

Read more at: www.extraordinaryhealth.

Scary what we put in our bodies!
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  • BECCA324
    I have heard this too from so many people. What's funny to me is that most people know what is in hot dogs and they continue to eat them, almost like they just don't care. I guess through, hot dogs are the American tradition, cook outs, ball games, they should start to offer veggie dogs too, some taste just as good.
    1794 days ago
  • K1TT3N
    I still eat hot dogs sometimes .. but i am sure to add lots of veggies and such with them , thanks for sharing
    1795 days ago
    Everything but the oink . . . YIPES!
    1796 days ago
    Actually I knew all of this since the 60s as one of my step dads was a salesman for a meat packing plant. But almost all processed and ground meats have problems like this including hamburger unless you grind it yourself or have it ground by someone you trust.
    1796 days ago
    I grew up on the stuff because they were cheep (not so anymore) and I loved them..... But after reading this article, I wonder if that contributed to my acute pancreatitis back in 09? I just couldn't afford them anymore so had very little over the past 3 years Now that is surely a "good thing"
    1796 days ago
    yes, it is
    1796 days ago
    Nope, I don't touch the things!
    Trader Joe's makes some awesome Turkey Dogs with nothing but turkey in them...no junk, no hoopla!
    No frankenfoods for me!!
    1796 days ago
    That is why I do not eat hot dogs or bolonga. emoticon
    1796 days ago
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