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Excerpt: I was thinking about how much more expensive eating whole meat options than just buying some bacon or cold cuts from the deli. I can buy pounds of cold cuts for a third of the price of buying whole foods and they don't need to be cooked. How bad are processed meats like bacon, sausage, cold cuts for you?

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    processed meats how bad?

    I was thinking about how much more expensive eating whole meat options than just buying some bacon or cold cuts from the deli. I can buy pounds of cold cuts for a third of the price of buying whole foods and they don't need to be cooked. How bad are processed meats like bacon, sausage, cold cuts for you?

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    Re: processed meats how bad?

    I've a question - how bad you do you want to improve vs how cheap can you be?

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    Re: processed meats how bad?

    processed meats are one of the most unhealthy things you an put into your body. think about why. for 2M years humans never ate processed foods. they are completely devoid of nutrition entirely and are a dead food. essentially you are destroying your gut health and starving your body in the process

    stick to high quality meats where the animals ate quality food and were treated humanely, got plenty of sunshine, etc.
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    Re: processed meats how bad?

    ewww... really???? quality food is more expensive for a reason
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    Re: processed meats how bad?

    You would be better off to just cook meat and slice it thin. Processed meats will have tons of chemicals in it.
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    Re: processed meats how bad?

    Every once in a while not a big deal but I wouldnt eat that often
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