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Shocking Confession Of The FDA: Over 70% of U.S. Chickens Contain Cancer-Causing Arsenic

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Watch For The Following Next Time You Buy Chicken…

Our world is becoming more and more unsafe, organisations in charge of protecting citizens are becoming untrustworthy. The population is kind of left abandoned in term of its safety, not knowing who to trust anymore.

This situation is particularly noticeable regarding foods and drinks. The FDA (Food and Drugs Administration), the USA organisation in charged of protecting and promoting citizens’ health through safe foods and drugs, recently failed in its mission after admitting that over 70% of chicken sold in US market contain cancer causing arsenic.

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……This cancer-causing toxic chemical, that in high doses could kill you, is actually being added to chicken feed on purpose, giving store-bought chicken the illusion of healthy coloring and plump appearance. Shockingly, this is the case with more than 70 percent of all U.S. chickens! That is just awful!

…….. “The agency said it recently conducted a study of 100 broiler chickens that detected inorganic arsenic at higher levels in the livers of chickens treated with 3-Nitro compared with untreated chickens … ” This urgent request by the FDA is surprising in itself as the agency has always maintained that the arsenic in chickens is at such low levels that it is safe for consumption, when meanwhile it has been clinically proven to be extremely toxic to human health, causing an array of neurological defects in developing fetuses and young children…

So, the next time you’re out buying chicken (if you’re not totally put off by it at this point) make sure you look out for the following:

-If the chicken meat is bright pink in color, like in an unnatural way, avoid it at all costs.

-Make sure that the fat content on the chicken is white to deep yellow, not gray or pasty.

-Check the date on the package.

-And finally, aim for “Certified Organic” meat products. It’s probably safest choice for you and your family.

 

Lauren DeCuir

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