Do not “eat chicken” again until you read this article: [Dr.Berg]

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So you definitely do not want to eat chicken again until you read this article.

did you realize that there are nine billion chickens and turkeys sold every single year and 99.9 percent of them are factory farmed?
okay, they’re very very cheap. fully cooked chickens for four dollars!
I’m thinking how can they afford to sell these because the grocery store needs a profit, the distribution center needs a profit, how much do they really invest in feeding these animals and taking care of them? now it’s really interesting.

in 1925 it took 125 days to grow and mature a chicken. nowadays, it takes 47 days a month and a half to a full adult chicken incredible, now there’s a thing called CAFOs, “confined animal feeding operations”.

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Okay, this is part of the factory farming and I’m going to put some links below on this next topic, but when they were testing what’s in the chicken and what’s in the feathers and the beak in the claws they found antibiotics which were banned previously, and they found “arsenic” (now arsenic is poison), arsenic makes the chicken meat looks very very pink and it also acts as antibiotic, arsenic is highly concentrated in the feathers.

the problem is they use the feathers as a feed to feed the chicken, so it comes right back. they found residues of “Benadryl acetaminophen Prozac” and they basically use these three for anxiety because these poor chickens are so tightly packed, but the way they wake them up is they give them caffeine.

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Okay you have to keep them feeding to so they can grow and also they’re fed vegetarian food, and when you buy chicken sometimes it has this label of this incredible nice natural farm it says natural minimally processed, it says fed vegetarian food which is really GMO grains like corn and soy but I want to explain the difference between cage-free and free-range because a lot of people have a confusion on this

cage-free means that they’re no longer in the cage and by the way, when they’re in the cage it’s only basically the size of a piece of paper that they’re able to live on and that’s about it but cage-free means they’re able to leave the cage to go into the barn which is about a hundred thousand chickens in a very small space so they don’t really have that much more space free range is basically they no longer in the cage they’re in the barn but there’s a hole and they can leave the barn occasionally they don’t really tell you how often they can leave the barn but there is access to leave the barn that’s what free range means pasture-raised means that they’re outside the barn so when you consume chickens or eggs you want pasture-raised and organic.

between 1940 and 1971 millions of women were given something called des diethylstilbestrol this is a very powerful estrogen, now it was banned, in 1971 because it was not only found ineffective but it was found to be very harmful and caused miscarriages not only in a first-generation but second and third generation but what a lot of people don’t know is the greatest usage of this des was to livestock and it wasn’t banned until 1979 so if you were born before 1979 chances are you were probably exposed to DES and des really affects the endocrine system the thyroid the ovary the testicle the pancreas and as a side note, I want to bring up something a little disgusting it’s called poultry litter.

Okay, that’s basically chicken feces or chicken poop they actually use this in many different conventional feed Lots for cattle but you can’t actually feed this to chickens but you can feed it to cattle alright guys so I’m sorry to discuss you it probably nauseous right now and you probably lost your appetite but just realize there are two options.

you can continue to buy the conventional factory farm chicken or you can start buying organic chicken. yes, it’s more expensive, but this stuff comes with a package it’s much healthier to actually spend a little bit more go to the farmers market buy chicken that has been raised on the land that’s pasture aids that you know it’s been this chicken has been taken care of yes it’s about $20 a pound but it’s going to be much healthier for you and it’s going to be worth it, in the long run.

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