There is a new food chain that most people are not aware of. It is unnatural, unhealthy and may be fatal to humans and the animals they eat. Much of this has been kept from the public for decades. As it unravels, it is easy to see why it started and why no one cared what it has been doing to the brains of the unsuspected. It begins with chickens and the food that chickens eat.
There are dozens of chicken houses throughout every county of Central and North Georgia that are for sale today. In Blairsville, there is a chicken processing plant. It is very hard labor setting up a chicken farm and maintaining it for a profit every year. However, feeding the chickens must be the favored way to cut the cost of running a chicken farm. The story could just as easily end with the chickens as to begin with the chickens.
Pfizer, the drug manufacturer, owns a subsidiary company, Alpharma LLC. This company makes and sells Roxarsone chicken feed, containing arsenic. The company has agreed to take the toxic feed off the shelves in the US, but still plans to sell the feed to other countries. Why the need to add a poisoning drug to chicken feed in the first place? Chicken are fed ground up farm animals that have died for one reason or another, perhaps due to disease. Chicken do not naturally eat other chicken and dead cows and sheep. So, the drug is given to prevent coccidiosis, a parasitic illness and to promote growth.
The FDA found higher levels of inorganic arsenic, known to have a cancer risk, in the livers of chickens treated with arsenic-laced chicken feed. Connect arsenic to pfizer the drug company and arsenic to cancer-causing in humans and find that the company that sells cures for cancer also sells chicken feed that may cause cancer.
The chicken poop also contains arsenic. Why is this important? Chicken poop is scooped, dried and mixed with dead chickens and sheep and fed to the cows. Cows do not eat chickens dead or alive unless forced to. Let’s regroup. The chickens are fed dead animals and arsenic – including dead cows. Dead chickens and their arsenic-laced poop are fed to cows. Can anyone see the formula for Mad Cow Disease?
The unsuspecting public is at risk for Mad Cow Disease and damage caused by arsenic poisoning, which includes damage to skin, stomach, lungs, heart, blood vessels, immune system, urinary system, reproductive organs and the nervous system. According to Green Facts, arsenic can also damage chromosomes.
The FDA admits that its own research shows the arsenic that is added to the feed ends up in chicken meat where consumers have been eating it for 60 years.
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