Vol 2: Blood Sweat And Tears: Toxins In Animal Flesh



Undercooked meat causes diseases such as toxoplasmosis, trichinosis, e coli etc. In animal flesh
cooked over 300 degrees 3 more carcinogens are created: malondialdehyde, methylcholanthrene, and in charcoal barbecue, benzopyrene

Bacteria which can survive freezing in animal cadavers are creiophilic while bacteria which can survive

temperatures of 300 degrees or more are thermophilic.



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