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    Quote Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
    pork is salty even when you don't season it with salt


    reason is - because the pig has little to no sweat glands and cannot get rid of the toxins in its system - this is why it rolls around in the mud - to cool itself off - we all know what sweat taste like - if you played a hard game of ball - or ran track and sweated some of it got in your mouth -


    that worm you mentioned is very real - its called the trichina worm -




    HAHAHAHAHA.....Almost Allllll Undomesticated Animals That We Eat Rolls In Mudd.....

    Tthe Old Ways Is What It Is......Old Ways Of Life....Stuff Scribed Becuase Thats How They Saught Fit In There Time......Pork Is Clean Healthy And High In Protiens EAT EAT EAT

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    You know Sunny, we took an awful lot of shit for telling people the truth.

    Here's a diagram showing how people can get from Toxoplasmosis (which causes birth defects and causes cerebral palsy) from eating rats, sheep, and PIGS



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:T..._LifeCycle.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    I'm no doctor. This from the Center for Disease Control.
    http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dpd/parasi...oplasmosis.htm

    What is toxoplasmosis?
    A single-celled parasite called Toxoplasma gondii causes a disease known as toxoplasmosis. While the parasite is found throughout the world, more than 60 million people in the United States may be infected with the Toxoplasma parasite. Of those who are infected, very few have symptoms because a healthy person's immune system usually keeps the parasite from causing illness. However, pregnant women and individuals who have compromised immune systems should be cautious; for them, a Toxoplasma infection could cause serious health problems.



    How do people get toxoplasmosis?
    A Toxoplasma infection occurs by:

    Accidentally swallowing cat feces from a Toxoplasma-infected cat that is shedding the organism in its feces. This might happen if you were to accidentally touch your hands to your mouth after gardening, cleaning a cat's litter box, or touching anything that has come into contact with cat feces. Eating contaminated raw or partly cooked meat, especially pork [partially cooked meat is popular in France but we do it here too simply through ignorance], lamb, or venison; by touching your hands to your mouth after handling undercooked meat [people do that simply by not recognizing the dangers ] Contaminating food with knives, utensils, cutting boards and other foods that have had contact with raw meat.
    Drinking water contaminated with Toxoplasma.
    Receiving an infected organ transplant or blood transfusion, though this is rare.


    What are the symptoms of toxoplasmosis?
    Symptoms of the infection vary.

    Most people who become infected with Toxoplasma are not aware of it.
    Some people who have toxoplasmosis may feel as if they have the "flu" with swollen lymph glands or muscle aches and pains that last for a month or more.
    Severe toxoplasmosis, causing damage to the brain, eyes, or other organs, can develop from an acute Toxoplasma infection or one that had occurred earlier in life and is now reactivated. Severe cases are more likely in individuals who have weak immune systems, though occasionally, even persons with healthy immune systems may experience eye damage from toxoplasmosis.
    Symptoms of ocular toxoplasmosis can include reduced vision, blurred vision, pain (often with bright light), redness of the eye, and sometimes tearing. Ophthalmologists sometimes prescribe medicine to treat active disease. Whether or not medication is recommended depends on the size of the eye lesion, the location, and the characteristics of the lesion (acute active, versus chronic not progressing). An opthamologist may provide the best care for ocular toxoplasmosis.
    Most infants who are infected while still in the womb have no symptoms at birth, but they may develop symptoms later in life. A small percentage of infected newborns have serious eye or brain damage at birth.


    Who is at risk for developing severe toxoplasmosis?
    People who are most likely to develop severe toxoplasmosis include:

    Infants born to mothers who became infected with Toxoplasma for the first time during or just before pregnancy.
    Persons with severely weakened immune systems, such as individuals with HIV/AIDS, those taking certain types of chemotherapy, and those who have recently received an organ transplant.


    What should I do if I think I am at risk for severe toxoplasmosis?
    If you are planning to become pregnant, your health care provider may test you for Toxoplasma. If the test is positive it means you have already been infected sometime in your life. There usually is little need to worry about passing the infection to your baby. If the test is negative, take necessary precautions to avoid infection (See below).

    If you are already pregnant, you and your health care provider should discuss your risk for toxoplasmosis. Your health care provider may order a blood sample for testing.

    If you have a weakened immune system, ask your doctor about having your blood tested for Toxoplasma. If your test is positive, your doctor can tell you if and when you need to take medicine to prevent the infection from reactivating. If your test is negative, it means you have never been infected and you need to take precautions to avoid infection. (See below).

    What should I do if I think I may have toxoplasmosis?
    If you suspect that you may have toxoplasmosis, talk to your health care provider. Your provider may order one or more varieties of blood tests specific for toxoplasmosis. The results from the different tests can help your provider determine if you have a Toxoplasma infection and whether it is a recent (acute) infection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    I bet Tarantino eats pork. He wrote that shit didn't he?
    Yeah, I'm sure he does. I'm sure he snorts coke too (doesn't everybody in Hollywood?) I'm not sure he recommends either though and if he did, so?

    Time for my holiday poem (in case somebody is still reading this thread :lol: )

    "I am Mag! Mag I am."
    Mag I am, Mag I am, I'm quite annoyed by Mag I am

    "Do you like pork chops and ham?"
    I do not like them Mag I am, I do not like pork chops amd ham.

    "Would you like them here or there?"
    I would not like them here. I would not like them there. I would not like them anywhere.
    I do not like them Mag I am, I do not like pork chops and ham.

    "Would you them at my house? Would you like them with some mouse?"
    Thanks for the invite Mag I am, but I wouldn't eat that stuff in anyhouse.
    I would not like them here. I would not like them there. I would not like them anywhere.
    I do not like them Mag I am, I do not like pork chops and ham.

    I am not a pussy, so I will not eat mice
    and eating mice and pig are diseased and not very nice.
    Eating mice and pig are diseased with taxoplasmosis,
    For me to eat something diseased I have to be under at least hypnosis.
    I would not like them here. I would not like them there. I would not like them anywhere.
    I do not like them Mag I am, I do not like pork chops and ham.

    "Would you like them if they were clean - washed and scrubbed, ya n'ameen?"
    I do not understand you Mag I am. I do not understand how you clean pork chops and ham.
    Pigs wallow in their own shit. Never mind giving them a bath, I still will not eat it.
    Eating mice and pig are diseased with taxoplasmosis,
    For me to eat something diseased I have to be under at least hypnosis.
    I would not like them here. I would not like them there. I would not like them anywhere.
    I do not like them Mag I am, I do not like pork chops and ham.

    And oh yeah, lest I forget eating worms and trychnosis.
    Again for me to eat worms and something diseased I'd mosdef need hypnosis.

    And the nitrates are not too healthy either...
    So I will not eat pork chops and ham, and I'm not eating mice neither.

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    Potential health risks

    Uncooked or untreated, the meat may harbour worms and latent diseases. Many of these infestations are harbored in other animals as well, such as salmonella in chicken.
    Influenza (flu) is one of the most notable illnesses which pigs share with humans. However, the origin of the illness is found in a number of animals besides pigs. It is harbored in the lungs of the animal during the summer months and can affect both the animal and humans.
    Consuming excessive amounts of pork may lead to gallstones and obesity; due to its high cholesterol and saturated fat content. However, this goes for all sorts of animal flesh, and pork is in fact quite lean - leaner than most other domesticated animals - as long as its protective layer of fat is removed.
    The pig is the carrier of various helminths, like roundworm, pinworm, hookworm, etc. One of the most dangerous and common is Taenia solium, a type of tapeworm. Tapeworms may transplant to human intestines as well by consuming untreated or uncooked meat from pigs or other animals.

    Trichinosis

    Trichinosis, also called trichinellosis, or trichiniasis, is a parasitic disease caused by eating raw or undercooked pork infected with the larvae of a species of roundworm Trichinella spiralis, commonly called the trichina worm. Infection was once very common, but is now rare in the developed world. From 1997 to 2001, an annual average of 12 cases per year were reported in the United States. The number of cases has decreased because of legislation prohibiting the feeding of raw meat garbage to hogs, increased commercial and home freezing of pork, and the public awareness of the danger of eating raw or undercooked pork products.[15]

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    the trichina worm in it lodges on to muscles, travels through the spinal fluid and finally to the brain - and is the cause of alot of illnesses and dis - ease.

    despite what the so called experts say, this worm is dam near
    indestructible - even when pork is cooked thoroughly they can still be found

    shure it can be made to taste good - but just about anything can
    i dont know if you are aware sunny but there is actually a book titled why muslims dont eat pork did you get this info from there?...because they are sorta one in the same.

    i remeber in my 10th grade biology class we didnt an experiment where we set out this piece of cooked ground beef and the sun for about an hour to an hour an 15 minutes.....the end result were we got these white-yellowish looking worms(trichina) crawling everywhere.

    i find that meat that isnt cooked through and through causes this.

    i kind of find it odd that the pig is by far the ugliest and filthliest animal in existence. we are all well aware that the pig is indeed a SICK/Sickening creature....but we find that people actually think they could "cure" the pig by cooking it










    Definition of Trichina spiralis

    Trichina spiralis: is a parasitic worm that lives in the intestines and causes a serious illness known as trichinosis.

    The eggs usually enter the body via raw or undercooked pork, sausage or bear meat. In the intestines, the eggs hatch, mature, and migrate to other parts of the body through the bloodstream and the lymphatic system.

    Early symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. In time, a high fever, puffiness of the face and muscle pain develop.

    Eventually the worms can penetrate the muscles, the heart and the brain and can cause death.

    Treatment with an anti-worm drug such as thiabendazole, as well as bed rest and a physician's care, can cure trichinosis. Recovery may take several months. Diagnosis of trichinosis sometimes requires analysis of a tissue sample (biopsy) taken from muscle.[/quote]

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    so don't eat pork. and if you do, make sure you cook it thru. Now be a good little muslim and face east to pray.
    Look eye, always look eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    i remeber in my 10th grade biology class we didnt an experiment where we set out this piece of cooked ground beef and the sun for about an hour to an hour an 15 minutes.....the end result were we got these white-yellowish looking worms(trichina) crawling everywhere.

    i find that meat that isnt cooked through and through causes this.

    A study a few years ago in Canada, revealed that the ground beef which was bought at a few grocery stores was mixed with ground pork and colored red with dye to make more profit ( pork is cheaper than beef).

    Maybe that ground beef u tested wasn't pure, cuz I don't see another reason why beef should have worms.

    Also, does any one think that there is a link between pork (worms) and brain diseases like alzheimers or senility?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    i dont know if you are aware sunny but there is actually a book titled why muslims dont eat pork did you get this info from there?...because they are sorta one in the same.
    nah -

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    Quote Originally Posted by recluse View Post
    "Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances of survival for life on earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." Albert Einstein

    Although I have read that he was only a vegetarian latter years of his life.



    Einstein also had trouble tying his shoelaces..................

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    How Can You Say Eating This Things Will Bad For Stomach Ache Type
    Pig Is A God Animal And Is Nice To Play With And Walk With And Kiss Eating Animals Is Good For Man To Eat This Things And Give Strong To Muscles To Punch With At Dance Party Show These Things Will Not Bad For You To Things Like Stomach And Lungs Inside Human Body Stop Saying Bad Things With Animals And Eating
    SPECIAL REQUEST



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    This is the book im talking about



    How Not to Eat Pork, Or, Life Without the Pig by Shahrazad Ali

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    This is the book im talking about



    How Not to Eat Pork, Or, Life Without the Pig by Shahrazad Ali

    i know i seen this book downtown 116th a while back - its possible that i have read it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    This is the book im talking about



    How Not to Eat Pork, Or, Life Without the Pig by Shahrazad Ali


    Tell me if Im being thick but why would you need a book to tell you how to not eat pig?
    Or is it about avoiding the byproducts & stuff?

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