posted on Oct, 9 2008 @ 10:46 AM
God does say not to eat pork, it is bad for you and science proves God right again.
With regard to the physical harm caused by eating pork, modern science has proved a number of things, such as the following:
Ã½ Pork is regarded as one of the kinds of meat that contain the most cholesterol, an increase of which in the bloodstream leads to an increased
likelihood of blocked arteries. The fatty acids in pork are also of an unusual formation, when compared with the fatty acids in other types of food,
which makes them more easily absorbed by the body, thus increasing cholesterol levels.
Ã½ Pork meat and pork fat contribute to the spread of cancers of the colon, rectum, prostate and blood.
Ã½ Pork meat and pork fat contribute to obesity and related diseases that are difficult to treat.
Ã½ Eating pork leads to scabies, allergies and stomach ulcers.
Ã½ Eating pork causes lung infections which result from tapeworms, lungworms and microbial infections of the lungs.
The most serious danger of eating pork is that pork contains tapeworms which may grow to a length of 2-3 meters. The growth of the eggs of these worms
in the human body may lead to insanity and hysteria if they grow in the area of the brain. If they grow in the region of the heart that may lead to
high blood pressure and heart attacks. Another kind of worm that is to be found in pork is the trichinosis worm that cannot be killed by cooking, the
growth of which in the body may lead to paralysis and skin rashes.
The doctors have confirmed that tapeworm disease is regarded as one of the serious diseases that may result from eating pork. It may develop in the
small intestine and after several months may grow into a large worm whose body is composed of a thousand segments, with a length of 4-10 meters, which
lives alone in the intestine of the infected person and part of it may appear when he defecates. When the pig swallows and ingests its eggs, they
enter the tissues and muscles in the form of larvae sacs containing fluid and the head of the tapeworm. When a person eats infected pork, the larva
turns into a complete worm in the intestine. These worms cause weakness and vitamin B12 deficiency, which leads to a specific type of anaemia, which
may in turn cause nervous problems. In some cases the larvae may reach the brain, causing convulsions, increased pressure within the brain, epilepsy
and even paralysis.
Eating pork that is not thoroughly cooked may also lead to trichinosis (infestation with a hairlike nematode worm). When these parasites reach the
small intestine, three to five days later many larvae appear which enter the intestine and reach the blood, from which they reach most of the tissues
of the body. The larvae move to the muscles and form cysts there, and the patient suffers intense muscle pains. The disease may develop into infection
of the cerebral membrane and brain, and infections of the heart muscle, lungs, kidneys and nerves. It may be a fatal disease in rare cases.