Caveat Emptor – The Alarming Health Dangers of Consuming Fake meat!

-By Paul A. Philips

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Recently, we’ve seen the unelected globalists pushing for lab-grown plant-based fake meat. They want to foist this alternative on us while opposing our eating of farm-based real meat produce.

 

Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates compete with each other as both have made sizable investments in related animal-cell, lab-grown fake meat projects… The Bezos Earth Fund claims that there is a need to set up centres for “sustainable protein.”

 

What does that exactly mean?? It’s funny, but every time I hear the word “sustainable” from these globalists I feel immediate mistrust. For example, some might say, whatever Bill Gates advises, do the opposite!

 

The globalists claim that we need to reduce our real meat consumption, while demonizing farmers, trying to take over their farmland and stop natural food farming production. 

All done under the guise of lowering our carbon footprint to reduce the “climate change threat” with its distorted facts, unproven science, and their so-called solutions are environmentally counterproductive.

 

Counterproductive because the globalists don’t really care about the environment: Ultimately, it’s a scam. It’s not about caring for we-the-people. It’s not about science. It’s a money and power grab for the New World Order.

 

As an example, in counter-productiveness, it has been shown that the animal-cell, lab-grown fake meat products instead of lowering, raise the carbon footprint (see video at end).   

 

Do you think that these globalist billionaires will be eating their lab-grown fake meat products? No, they’ll be eating natural farm-based food. These communist-based fake-meat products are intended for us, the proletariat.

 

And what about the bugs they have planned for us to eat??

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Health dangers of fake meat

 

Besides the globalists push, whether you’re vegetarian, vegan or just curious enough to see what they taste like, the current choices in meat alternatives have become endless. The question naturally follows: Are these vegetarian mock-up meat alternatives healthy?

 

Caveat emptor – Buyer beware! Most plant-based

fake meat options currently on the market are unhealthy for a number of reasons such as:

*They contain pea proteins extracted and broken down from glyphosate (Roundup) sprayed peas. The peas may not have been genetically engineered but this lectin containing protein extract is known to cause a reaction such as with those susceptible to having leaky gut and autoimmune diseases…

 

In short, pea protein is chosen because it’s extremely cheap, not for health reasons.

 

*The same (as above) also principally applies to alternatives containing soy and rice proteins. If sunflower oil is present then it could produce toxic compounds.

 

*The way these alternatives are packed it presents the illusion that they are whole foods. No, they are, in fact, ultra-processed foods. Consider that when comparing natural non-processed food choices in your diet, especially when eating long-term and frequent.

 

*They contain canola oil which is not a healthy fat when Roundup sprayed and may well be genetically modified as it is in the USA.

 

*They contain gluten: Of course, a big no, no if you’re gluten sensitive.

 

*Manufacturing, heating and refining processes have a hand in devastating the nutrient value, as you expect from ultra-processed foods.

 

-By the way, glyphosate is not on food labels because the FDA/USDA don’t recognise its potentially harmful effects! That’s in spite of many health groups/agencies such as those throughout Europe who have made sure that glyphosate has been banned.

 

Then there’s the lawsuits taken out on suppliers such as Bayer who were found guilty and are paying out. Glyphosate has been deemed a carcinogen. For example, it has been linked to leukaemia. 

 

There are some healthier options on the market such as mushroom mycelium and egg -based Quorn products such as Crumbles.

 

However, if you’re a vegetarian or vegan then you may want to consider the work of a Harvard researcher whose research led to the claim that animal-based food consumption is essential for maintaining mental health. The research claims (supporting other studies) that the meat-based option has certain nutrients not found in meat-free diets.

 

-Well worth considering when there currently exists an epidemic of depression.

 

For an excellent summary of this with hitting the nail on the head points see video: