Sunday, October 17, 2010

Colon Cancer Behind Sausage must be attention

Colon Cancer Behind Sausage
Colon Cancer Behind Sausage must be attention

Who does not know delicious sausages, processed meat food is already very familiar in the tongue of the people of the world, including Indonesia. However, who would have thought behind the pleasures of this nutrient-rich foods, contained in fat and high cholesterol that can damage the health.
Even experts in the UK has recently re-warned that the consumption of sausage a day can increase the risk of colon cancer. That is why, you'd better be careful eating sausage or processed meat products.
As reported in The Star newspaper, Martin Wiseman from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), warned consumers of the threat of cancer if consumed too often food is delicious nan. He also warned consumers to be wary of bacon and stated that with only consume 50 grams of processed meat foods every day can increase the risk of cancer by 20%.
Almost a few year ago, Wiseman also voiced similar warnings about the dangers of consuming too much processed meat including ham, pastrami, salami and hot dogs.
Foods processed meats are made from meat or fish that has been chopped and then blended, flavored and preservatives. There is then smoked, is included in selonsong elliptical symmetry, both made from animal intestines or artificial wrapping (casing).
Wiseman added that the report was released it was probably not new, but the ironic fact is almost two-thirds of the public, especially in the UK are not conscious or aware of this issue.
"We are now more convinced than ever that eating meat olahahan can increase the risk of colon cancer," he said.
Red meat, including beef, pork, lamb, has so far been linked with colon cancer. Even so experts recommend that red meat be consumed in moderation (less than 500 grams per day) for essential nutrients.
"A lot of scientific research which found that colon cancer is more often found in people who frequently consume red meat and processed meat products," said Sara Hiom, director of health information at Cancer Research UK.
Meanwhile, David Spiegelhalter, a Professor of Public Understanding of Risk from Cambridge University, believes one among 18 men have the possibility of having colon cancer, while women 1 in 20. Count, according to David Spiegelhalter is a risk of a lifetime.

Nutritional Value
Sausage is a processed meat products that have a high nutritional value. Nutrient composition of different sausages, depending on the type of meat used and the processing process. Sausage processed products rich in energy, and can be used as a source of carbohydrate. In addition, sausages also contain cholesterol and sodium is quite high, so the potential to cause heart disease, stroke and hypertension, if consumed in excess.
The provision of quality sausages under the Indonesian National Standard (SNI 01-3820-1995) is: 67% maximum moisture, maximum ash 3%, protein at least 13%, maximum 25% fat, and carbohydrates up to 8%. In fact, many sausages on the market that have a nutritional composition is far below the standards set. This shows the amount of meat consumption is less or use of inappropriate material composition sausage standard.

Read the Label By Researching
Along with the development of food industry, has now developed a new innovation, that is ready to eat sausage without the need to be cooked or heated first. That way, the sausage can be eaten as a snack. Currently, he also started a lot of sausage sold sterile, the sausages are made through the sterilization process so that durable to be stored at room temperature for some time. Sausage was staying was opened from its packaging and can be eaten directly.
One thing to note is the sausage fat content is high enough. Consumption of sausages as snacks should consider factors such as obesity and cholesterol health. Sausages with low fat content can be an option. Therefore, you should familiarize yourself read the label carefully before deciding to buy and eat sausage.
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