Although the hot dogs are one of the most popular American fast food, they are brought in the country by the German immigrants. Hot dogs are made by chicken, beef and pork meat, but sometimes the process involves adding animal remains such as claws, skin, flat and legs. Then, some additives are added to improve the flavor.
Only in the summer time in America, every year are eaten seven billion of hot dogs, without thinking how harmful they can be to our health. A research made at the University of Hawaii shows that processed meat increases the risk of pancreatic, bladder and bowel cancer. Even a single hot dog can increase the risk of getting colorectal cancer by 21%, claims The American Institute for Cancer Research.
In the video below you can see the process of making the hot dogs: