Corrosion inhibitor chemical found in thousands of hot dogs, bacon, sausage and processed meat Products – August 2, 2017

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(Natural News) A powerful corrosion inhibitor chemical used in wood stove boilers is also deliberately added to most processed meats in the United States, a Natural News investigation has found. Dozens of popular brands of hot dogs, bacon, sausage, lunch meat, sandwich ham and cured meats are sold in grocery stores across America that carry the rust inhibitor chemical known as sodium nitrite.

Sodium nitrite is a known cancer-causing chemical that’s being developed by the USDA as a deadly bait that poisons wild hogs to death. Scientific research shows that it increases the risk of pancreatic cancer by 67%, and any chemist knows that if you combine nitrites with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach and the amino acids found in meat, you get nitrosamines, widely used by the pharmaceutical industry to induce cancer in lab rats so that drug companies can test their cancer drugs. Nitrosamines are also widely documented as a highly toxic water contaminant chemical….

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