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    The article is also from 2008. Something to note.

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    First nitrate free bacon is not nitrate free. It is cured with celery salt, high in sodium nitrate. Second, you have to cook your bacon at a high temperature to create nitrosamines. Thirdly, taking vitamin C will counter the damage from nitrosamines.
    So pass the bacon, please

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    Science:
    A set of falsifiable hypotheses -> test -> falsify -> reduced set of falsifiable hypotheses.

    We can only "disprove" in science. Most nutrition related "science" claims are built on proof-by-example concept commonly found in business/management/economics circles. A lot of it is bad science.
    Few but ripe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Rx View Post
    Thirdly, taking vitamin C will counter the damage from nitrosamines.
    So pass the bacon, please
    So...have a glass of oj with breakfast?

    I read once that old fashioned food mixes had purpose that may have been unknown but was still useful and I think this may be another example. OJ with breakfast, veggies with fat, etc..

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