4. BIODIESEL ADDITIVE is often listed as tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) in certain labels. This chemical compound is highly dangerous because in studies which were conducted, even a gram of it can be fatal to a human being. It can be found in bubble gums, nail polish, and other products that have preservatives in them. In an article, this substance is also present in McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets recipe.
3. FLESH EATING BACTERIA has been the cause of necrotizing fasciitis wherein deep layers of skin and subcutaneous tissues necrotize. Since most meat produce are infused with antibiotics, it is inevitable that there will be strains that become immune to these drugs. An example is the MRSA or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). According to the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases, have of the grocery store meat are positive of staph bacteria and some of these could be MRSA strain. Currently, there are at least 19,000 individuals who die from MRSA, this figure is much greater than those who die from AIDS in the United States alone.
2. No one would expect that there are shrimps which are coated in cleaning chemicals. Depending on which country the shrimp came from, the further it is from your own, the greater the likelihood that it contains chemicals that are used in cleaning them. Aside from this, shrimps from overseas or imported sea food in general is not fully inspected which is why mouse and rat hair as well as pieces of insect may not be detected.
The last reason is an eye-opener.
1. Rather than describing this in detail, it is better that you see for yourself this documentary entitled Earthlings. It is an hour and a half long film that chronicles about society’s treatment on nonhuman animals. The entirety of the documentary film is available for free. Make sure that you watch it from start to finish.