Years ago I heard a statement that was made that bologna can produce memory loss. By, the way have you ever seen how it is made. I didn't really believe it at that time that could happen, but now it is said that grilling, microwaving, frying can bring on memory loss, early wrinkles, and diseases. Cut back on those searing meats, hot dogs, potato chips, etc. http://www.womenshealthmag.com/nutrition...
What's left to eat any more that taste good and satisfies our hunger?
I've heard that we should eat grain and only what fits in the palm of our hand to keep our diets under control and avoid certain foods. In the past years, my family's diet has been comprised of organic chicken than anything else. I tend to avoid frying foods , but how do you avoid the chemicals that are produced just by cooking.
We all know how hot dogs are made, but we tend to not think about it.
Those hot dog treats are awesome. The kids pile in the car for the lake or beach and out comes the grill. Its fired up with charcoal and glows red hot. We wait in anticipation for those tasty grilled foods. We put it on a nice heated roll, add mustard, and sauerkraut and we are good to go. I purchase organic hot dogs to try to avoid the chemical additives.
Naturally, we have our favorite places that have been making hot dogs using a special deep frying method and advertised the best in the world. The place has been there for at last 80 years and people flock to go and have their favorite. Look at your Coney Island hot dog. Oh boy, we are at their mercy.
While grilling, charcoal releases soot and carbon which are known to have carcinogenic properties which get into our lungs and can cause problems with our breathing. A lot of smoke floats into the air while grilling and attaches itself to other food that we may have there on our table.
While grilling meats the fat can drip into the coals which produce PAHs, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and heterocyclin amines, both carcinogenic chemicals. The coals are heated to a high degree and fry up the fat which drips on the coals producing PAHs. This gets all over what you are grilling and other food and digested. Try cooking leaner meats that don't drip so much fat and cause smoke.
Heterocyclin amines problem is in the meat. Meat cooked at a high temps or long periods of time produce heterocyclin amines inside the food. This chemical change can also happen in your oven at home when you cook long at high temperatures.
Overcooking meats definitely is a problem that can increase risk of certain types of cancer. Try to avoid burnt meat. Bacon is a favorite for breakfast, once in a while, but eating it to burned crispy goodness, can be a problem.