Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Health Canada Approves Irradiated Beef- You Can Literally Eat Shit!

And maybe not get sick and possibly have kidney failure...Maybe.
But why not address the real issues?
I first covered the request, from the beef industry, to irradiate ground beef in 2013. Unsurprisingly, it's been approved

2013: Beef Industry is asking Federal Government to approve food irradiation

Flashback
 THE ONLY BENEFIT OF RADIATED FOOD IS FOR THE FILTHY FACTORY FOOD  PRODUCERS. THE FOOD CAN BE FILLED WITH EXCREMENT AND FILTH. THE PROCESSING FACTORIES CAN BE FILTHY DIRTY. IRRADIATION WILL ALLOW  FACTORY FOOD PRODUCERS TO CUT CORNERS AND REDUCE COSTS AT YOUR EXPENSE!
Food Borne Illness

Sources of E. coli

E. coli O157:H7 is most commonly found in cows, although chickens, deer, sheep, and pigs have also been known to carry it. Meat becomes contaminated during slaughter, when infected animal intestines or feces come in contact with the carcass. Ground or mechanically tenderized meats are considered riskier than intact cuts of meat because E. coli bacteria, can be mixed throughout the meat in the grinding process or during tenderization.


2017: Filthy Meat Production?- Solution Irradiation
The federal government has approved the sale of ground beef that has been treated with radiant energy similar to X-rays.
Health Canada says irradiation can reduce levels of harmful bacteria such as E. coli and salmonella that could be in the meat.
It also says irradiation can extend the shelf life of food products by preventing premature spoilage.

Health Canada says irradiated ground beef products must be labelled as such.

The Canadian Cattlemen's Association has been asking Health Canada to approve ground beef irradiation since 1998.
 There are better ways to produce meat..... Cleaner. Smaller Scale. Allowing cattle to graze. To eat grass like they are supposed to!  Instead of  feeding them corn (hormones and anti-biotics too) - which produces E- Coli in their guts, but, allows for the cattle to be fattened quickly and cheaply.

 The Bio-Hazard of Corn Fed Beef

Corn-fed beef may have been a boon to industrial scale cattle ranching, but also created a potentially deadly strain of e coli.
Ever since Jo Robinson wrote Why Grass Fed is Best! in 2000, we’ve known there were many sound reasons to choose grass-fed beef instead of the far more common corn-fed beef found in most stores and restaurants.
Beef from animals raised entirely on their natural diet of grass has much less fat, which is good for our hearts and our waistlines. It’s also better for the environment than crowding cattle onto feedlots, which causes serious problems with air and water quality. Unfortunately, what we’re suddenly becoming more attuned to is another point Robinson makes about feeding cattle corn: This unnatural grain-based diet is producing toxic E. coli bacteria.
E. coli 0157:H7, the toxic strain that caused the recent outbreak of food poisoning from bagged spinach, is a fairly recent discovery; it was unknown before 1982. Today, it is common in cattle and in their manure, and it’s also now found in healthy goats, sheep and deer. But humans have a tough time with this bug. If we consume even a tiny speck of this new E. coli — even just 10 bacteria — it can make us very ill. Usually we recover, but a few will die or suffer permanent kidney damage.
That's right- E coli, formed in the guts of cattle, fed corn, producing massive quantities of shit polluting land, air & water, thanks to factory farming,* was unknown before 1982. *

'Scuse the language, but, I'm calling it as I see it!

3 comments:

  1. I see that you covered the feed aspect of E.coli
    here is some more about that aspect from Dr.Eades (dating back from 2006)
    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2006/09/21/corn-eating-cow-crap-chuckin-up-your-insides-blues/

    Oh, and btw the same thing happened with milk. The mandate to pasteurize milk came to be make it possible to sell milk from cows that were ill (tuberculosis). Raw milk is safe when the cows are maintained properly, nourished in their natural diet and held in proper stalls. Not doing that is cheaper but is a health hazard. Pasteurizing milk allows to sell the milk from these.

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    1. hey gallier2

      How could I not address the feed aspect of this?

      It's the core of the problem- well maybe not the core- because there is the mechanization issue- the massive farming operations etc

      Was talking with my sister just a couple of weeks ago about the corn feed and how it is the actual source of the problem with e coli- people just don't realize it.

      There are actually big signs hanging in some of the grocery stores here- Beef is 100 percent grain fed- linked to the feeding of blood and other animal by products to cows(disgusting)

      People are so far removed from their food- so ignorant of how absolutely vital to good health, clean food is.

      After I posted this, the cancer epidemic that has been hoisted upon us by filthy/gm/pesticide food production crossed my mind...

      This past year two women in their fifties that I knew, have both died of cancer
      One breast
      One colon
      chemicals and food- food and chemicals

      But please be sure to wear some f'n pink ribbon shit and not demand with your dollar cleaner food- it's so exasperating Gallier- so frustrating to me- what the heck is with people? I don't get it. Sigh..

      Here's another one- feeding farmed maggots to chicken

      http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/cfia-approves-farmed-maggots-to-feed-chicken-in-north-american-first/article31154703/

      "The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has allowed the use of farmed maggots as chicken feed – the first time a federal regulatory body in North America has approved the sale of insect ingredients as animal feed."

      yes, chickens eat bugs.. but they don't eat maggots alone- they eat an entire diversity of bugs when they are out doors pickin and scratchin'

      This is monoculture madness

      And of course that fake green guru David Suzuki has something to do with this


      "In 2007, entrepreneur Brad Marchant met David Suzuki (an investor at Enterra), who first planted the idea. The use of wild-caught fish such as sardines and mackerel in traditional fish feed, Mr. Suzuki told Mr. Marchant, was straining the ocean’s supply. At the same time, an estimated 80 per cent of the world’s soybeans, which require land and water to grow, goes toward animal feed.

      Breeding insects, Mr. Suzuki told him, could also tackle a second problem: food waste. They could feed the larvae with food waste from greenhouses and grocery stores (products past their expiration dates) that would otherwise wind up in landfills.

      Mr. Marchant and Enterra spent several years researching the idea, first figuring out which species to use. Chickens in the wild already eat a variety of insects. But for its purposes, Enterra settled on black soldier flies – which aren’t picky about what they eat and don’t sting or bite, making them easier to handle.

      So shit eating fly larva as food for chickens- sick, sick, sick and we will be sicker for it!

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  2. Remember "you are what you eat"

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