Eating 12 or More Hotdogs a Month can Increase Risk of Leukemia, Other Cancers

Eating 12 or More Hotdogs a Month can Increase Risk of Leukemia, Other Cancers

Recent studies revealed that children who eat 12 or more hotdogs in a month have an increased risk of developing various forms of cancer, but most especially leukemia. What’s quite alarming is that the risk is 9 times more than normal!

However, that’s not all.

Aside from increasing their own chances of developing cancer, parents or would-be parents also increase their kids’ likelihood of developing cancer by eating hotdogs even before conception.

We were surprised to learn – and this is backed by scientific data! – that mothers and fathers who eat hotdogs at least once a week before conception can bear kids with double the normal risk of developing brain tumors!

Here’s an explanation from Carson Tahoe:

…and here’s how hotdogs are made:

You’ll Never Guess What This Slimy Thing Becomes After a Few Minutes

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