Characteristics Of Meatballs Made From Chemical Borax And Formalin?
please help, in my area there are lots of meatballs in circulation, and with low prices, there are a lot of ingredients, so to find out the meatballs are using borax or formalin gimna, and how long the chemicals react in the body, because the texture of the meatballs is doubtful that the meatballs are pure natural ingredients, thank you,
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Some unscrupulous traders have long been known to use substances harmful to the body for personal gain. Among them are textile dyes, formaldehyde, borax, or the use of animals that are not actually for consumption, such as rats and fish brooms.
Various studies have also conveyed differences that might help consumers to distinguish between foods that are worth eating and which are not, which are usually seen from the shape that is too smooth, attractive colors, tastes and slightly changed aroma, suppleness, and so forth. It's just that when confronted directly with reality, differentiating is not that easy. Some people who are quite observant or dabbled in the culinary world may be able to distinguish easily, but for the layman is very difficult, despite being given an example. Therefore, the best way to distinguish it is by laboratory tests.
However, because laboratory examinations are not easy and commonly done, all we can do is protect ourselves by buying credible traders, having business licenses, and actively asking if there are things that are considered suspicious. If the trader seems difficult to answer or reluctant, maybe that could be a sign.
Apart from that, it would be much better if the snacks were minimized altogether, because even if there was no harmful ingredients in the meat, it could be in the sauce, or at least the cleanliness was not maintained. So it will be much healthier if you make yourself at home. As for the impact, it will also vary depending on how much is consumed, how often and each person's immune system. So, hopefully answering your question.