No, the meat you eat in Poland are mostly processed meat which I think is unhealthy.
At the risk of agreeing with AS, this was my experience too.
In Poland when you say "meat" it seems to generally refer to processed/preserved sliced meats or sausage.
In Britain/Ireland meat means meat - fresh slabs of animal flesh, not processed not cured.
Also, high proportion of pickled stuff in Poland which isn't healthy either.
The 'gorący kubek' is a prime example of a food product that is mostly chemicals. Perhaps Poland may still be trailing behind the US and Western Europe in that regard, so by comparison Polish food may appear more natural.
You sir, are having one almighty laugh surely?
Otherwise why do so many westerners rave about Polish food's alleged natrualness?
I've never once heard this said about Polish food. Sure, I've heard people say they like it, they love it (or sometimes that they don't like it) but it's so-called "naturalness" was never a reason. Maybe to someone who exists almost only on junk food.