Sick food does not healthy people make

When healthy humans eat sick food – well, they get sick too… Feedlots use chemicals called beta-antagonists as an “approved” USDA feed supplement that causes cattle to convert feed into more lean muscle. Big Pharma Merck makes one of them called Zilmax, that has recently been withdrawn from markets because it grossly affected the cattle’s ability to move. There is a word for this – “cattle fatigue syndrome.” But this only the bovine version of “pig fatigue syndrome” that comes about when farmers feed beta-antagonists to pigs. Market animals on beta-antagonists arrive at the processing plant 20% heavier but stiff, mouth breathing, with blotchy skin, muscle tremors, elevated heart rates and obviously going through stress. There is even an industry term for that condition: “NANI”, meaning non-ambulatory, non-injured. And we wonder why we humans who eat these sick animals have the same symptoms…

Diabetes, cancer, gut trouble. This cow has it all. Eat him and you can have it all too!

Diabetes, cancer, gut trouble. This cow has it all. Eat him and you can have it all too!

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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