Avoid “kid” food: Keeping your kids away from hot dogs and processed meat can reduce their risk of leukemia

If you want to buy junk food, buy it for yourself. Adults are less susceptible to these toxins than developing children.

(Natural News) It’s been a long, exhausting day, and you decide to take the family out to dinner. The kids excitedly examine the children’s menu, which consists of multiple unhealthy processed options, including hot dogs, burgers and pasta. You know these foods are not as healthy as a home cooked meal would be, but they’re cheap and it only happens once or twice a week, so you convince yourself that just a few bad choices each week won’t really affect your children’s health.

Unfortunately, processed foods like these and basically any food that has been pre-made and comes in a box are packed with unhealthy ingredients like sodium, unhealthy fats, chemicals, preservatives, flavorings and colorants. All of these have been linked to cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. While these conditions might not affect your children while they’re young, a lifetime of teaching them to eat badly will certainly result in health problems as they get older.

And since multiple studies have confirmed an alarming link between processed meats and many cancers, including breast, lung and prostate cancers, as well as pediatric leukemia, avoiding these foods could mean the difference between your child getting leukemia or avoiding the leading cause of cancer-related death in children under the age of 15….


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