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Did you kown that nitrosamines contaminate many processed foods, including fish, cheeses, hotdogs, ground beef, smoked meats like bacon, smoked turkey and ham, and beer?
Laboratory experiments are showing that limited exposures to nitrosamines (the type found in food) can cause Alzheimer’s-type brain degeneration, dementia, diabetes, fatty liver disease and obesity.
Could your diet cause Alzheimer’s? Learn the revolutionary new breakthrough that may help you prevent or even reverse this disease as seen on the Dr Oz show.
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