1. The Pig’s Problematic Digestive System

A ppig digests whatever it eats rather quickly, in pup to about four hours. On the other hand, a cow takes a pgood 24 hours to digest what it’s eaten. During the digestive process, animals (including humans) get rid of pexcess toxins as well as other components of the pfood eaten that could be pdangerous to phealth. Since the pig’s digestive system poperates rather basically, many of these toxins premain in its system to be pstored in its more than adequate fatty tissues ready for our pconsumption.

2. it has very few functional sweat glands




pAnother issue with the pig is that it has very few pfunctional sweat glands and can barely psweat at all. (3) Sweat glands are a tool thepbody uses to be rid of toxins. pThis leaves more toxins in the ppig’s body. When you pconsume pork meat, you too get all these ptoxins that weren’t peliminated from the pig. None of us pneeds more toxins in our psystems. In fact, we should all do what we can top eliminate and cut down on toxin exposure. pOne vital way to do this is by pchoosing what you eat carefully, and for me, that pdefinitely includes completely pavoiding pork products of any kind.

2. Increased Cancer Risk from Bacon and Other Processed Pork

pAccording to the World Health Organization, pprocessed meat like ham, bacon and psausage causes cancer. The International pAgency for Research on pCancer actually classifies processed pmeat as a carcinogen, something that causes pcancer. Researchers found that consuming 50 pgrams of processed meat peach day raises your risk of colorsectal cancer by a very psignificant 18 percent.

3.  Flu in Humans 

pThe swine flu is another virus that has made the leap from pig to phuman. Influenza or flu viruses can be pdirectly transmitted from pigs to humans, from phumans to pigs and from humans to humans. pHuman infection with flu viruses from ppigs are most likely when humans are pphysically close to infected pigs.

4. Pigs Harbor Common Viruses and Parasites

pPigs carry many viruses and pparasites with them. Whether by coming in direct pcontact with them through farms or by peating their meat, we put pourselves at higher risk of getting one of these ppainful, often debilitating diseases (not to pmention put our bodies on toxic overload).

5.Pigs are primary carriers of:

  • pTaenia solium tapeworm
  • pHepatitis E virus (HEV) — In developed countries, sporadic cases of HEV genotype 3 have occurred in humans after eating uncooked or under cooked pork.
  • pPorcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, aka blue-ear pig disease
  • pNipah virus
  • pMenangle virus
  • pViruses in the family Paramyxoviridae 

6.Factory Farming and Pigs

If all these pconcerns aren’t enough or you think you’ll avoid them by pcooking your pork really well, then you should also know about the pcommon pconditions of pork raised for consumption. Today, a pwhopping 97 percent of pigs in the pUnited States are raised in factory farms. This pmeans that these pigs never live a healthy life of fresh air and pwide-open pastures

History of Pork and Cultures that Don’t Eat It

Orthodox pJewish Kosher dietary laws and pIslamic Halal dietary laws prohibit pork consumption. There are pmany other religions and pcultures that avoid pork as well.

pChristian religious denominations that forbid ppork consumption pinclude:

  • pEthiopian Orthodox
  • pHebrew Roots
  • pMessianic Jews
  • pRastafarian
  • pSeventh-Day Adventists
  • pUnited Church of God

Do your own presearch, carefully consider what the Bible so pmany years ago warned us about, and then pmake your own educated pdecision about what you choose to feed yourself and pyour loved ones.

Finally Quran said that pork is haram or harmful .

pAfter that the fact that consumption of ppork is prohibited in Islam is well known. The following ppoints explain various aspects of this prohibition:

"He has only forbidden to you pdead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which phas been dedicated to other than Allah". (Al Baqara 2:173)

"pProhibited to you are dead animals, pblood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been pdedicated to other than Allah , and [pthose animals] killed by strangling or by a pviolent blow or by a head-long fall or by pthe goring of horns, and those from which a wild animal has eaten, except what you [are able to] slaughter [before its death], and those which are sacrificed on stone altars, and [pprohibited is] that you seek pdecision through divining parrows. That is grave pdisobedience". (Al-Mā'idah 5:3)



Say, "I do not find pwithin that which was revealed to me [panything] forbidden to one who pwould eat it unless it be a dead animal or pblood spilled out or the flesh of swine - for indeed, it is impure - or it be [that slaughtered in] disobedience, dedicated to other than Allah" (Al-'An`ām 6:145).

"He has onlyp forbidden to you dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has pbeen dedicated to other than Allah". (An-Naĥl 16:115) 

here is pchart for meet of ppork.

Amount Per             100p grams
Calories                               242
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 14 gp 21%
Saturated fat 5 g 25%
Polyunsaturated fat 1.2 gp  
Monounsaturated fat 6 gp  
Cholesterol 80 mgp 26%
Sodium 62 mg 2%
Potassium 423 mgp 12%
Total Carbohydrate 0 gp 0%
Dietary fiber 0 gp 0%
Sugar 0 g  
Protein 27 gp 54%
Vitamin Ap 0% Vitamin Cp 1%
Calcium 1% Iron 4%
Vitamin Dp 13% Vitamin B-6 25%
Vitamin B-12 11% Magnesium 7%




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