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According to the Associated Press, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed that chickens receiving certain medications are indeed positive for inorganic arsenic. The FDA has finally admitted that chicken meat sold in the United States contains arsenic, a toxic carcinogenic, lethal, high-dose chemical.

But the real question is: where does this arsenic come from?

It is added on purpose to the chicken’s food! Thus, more than 70% of American chickens raised to produce meat are fed with arsenic. It is added to induce faster weight gain with less food and create the appearance of a healthy color in the meat of chickens, turkeys and pigs.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that nearly half of the chickens tested had absorbed inorganic arsenic, the most toxic form, in their liver. But even if its arsenic-containing product is removed from the shelves, the FDA continues its denial campaign, claiming that arsenic in chickens is at a safe level for consumption.

What the industry is hiding from you is the fact that arsenic is extremely toxic to human health. The Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the University of South Carolina warns that arsenic, as well as lead and mercury, are known to produce horrific neurological effects on developing foetuses and young children. It is said that arsenic is generally four times more toxic than Mercury.


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