modern medical research shows that there are more than 200 kinds of bacteria, viruses and other harmful substances that can be transmitted to human beings in the meat of livestock, poultry and fish. Even if some organs with normal physiological functions, eating by mistake will affect human health, even food poisoning, which is called “physiological harmful organs” in medicine.
are the thyroid gland, adrenal gland and diseased lymph gland in animals such as pigs, cattle and sheep. Eating thyroid by mistake can cause hyperthyroidism. The symptoms include dizziness, headache, excitement, mania, convulsion, fatigue, palpitation, rapid pulse, low appetite, nausea, sweating, fever, etc. People who eat adrenal glands and lymph glands will also suffer from a variety of diseases.
are the sharp wings of chickens, ducks, geese and other birds, i.e. the long tail hair on the upper end of the buttocks. The meat is fat and tender, and its scientific name is “bursa cavum”. Because macrophages in the lymph glands have a strong ability to phagocytize bacteria and viruses, even carcinogens such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and mycotoxins can also be ingested and stored in the sac and can not be decomposed. Therefore, the sharp wings of birds have become a dirty “warehouse”. If people eat it, they are easy to be infected with diseases.
sheep’s “hanging tendon”: sheep’s hanging tendon, also known as hoof white bead, is a kind of virus tissue with pathological changes in sheep’s hoof, which is generally beaded and round, and must be removed when eating.
fish “black coat”: most of the fish’s body has a black film coat on both sides of the abdomen, which is the most fishy and earthy flavor part of the fish body, and contains a large amount of histamine, lipid and lysozyme. Eating histamine can cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and other symptoms. Lysozyme has an inhibitory effect on appetite. (Guo Hongwei)
original title: Livestock three gland poultry, sharp winged sheep, hanging muscle fish, black coat, harmful organs, Jun enters the meal
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