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Friday, August 13, 2010

A Hidden Danger?

It's surprising that when it comes to food, "raw" doesn't necessarily mean "unprocessed". There are fresh meat that may contain phosphorus or potassium which is added by processors to improve flavor or increase shell life. This can be potentially dangerous threat to people who have kidney ailments who need to limit their intake of these substances.
According to a recent study, they found out that 2-3x as much potassium or phosphorus in raw, processed meats as in similar cuts of unprocessed meats.
If you're strictly watching your potassium or phosphorus, look for meats labeled "additive-free."

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