1% Got Pus?
1% Got Pus?
Who’s disturbed that your cappuccino was coated with pus? Unless it’s organic, your milk is served with the Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH), a Genetically Modified Food (GMO) manufactured by Monsanto and injected into cows bi-monthly, forcing them to produce more milk than their bodies are able to naturally. The Land of the Free refuses to label GMOs—even though countries such as China and Russia label theirs. Along with pus, you are also taking in illegal antibiotics, and cancer accelerating hormones. Nice!
Let’s talk pus. Pus is added to your milk when the cows get udder infection’s called mastitis. Child rearing women know how exciting mastitis is, but for everyone else, this is an unbearably painful infection in which your boobs have their own heartbeat. Cows get mastitis when they are generating an unnatural amount of milk. Mastitis equals more pus, which is then squeezed in to your milk cartridge. How thoughtful. I can offer you tea, coffee, or milk with pus?
We now must to give these cows antibiotics—we certainly don’t want the infections to diminish their milk supply. Thankfully, the FDA tests the milk for high levels of legal antibiotics. If these are found in the milk, the farmers are fined. As an avoidance, the farmers use illegal antibiotics—the ones the FDA doesn’t test for—to treat the cow’s mastitis. Who’s feeling a bit uneasy?
Now we can talk cancer. BGH works by increasing the growth hormone (gIGF-1) in cows—multiplying cells rapidly and forcing the cows to generate more milk. This growth hormone (gIGF-1) is then transferred into your milk—making you more susceptible to cancer, because as we all know cancer is just the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells. This growth hormone is not destroyed during pasteurization or digestion, making it biologically active in humans, and associated with numerous cancers including breast, prostate, and colon cancers.
So unless you have a desire for your children or animals to grow boobs, take in illegal antibiotics and be more prone to cancer I would buy milk labeled Non rBGH. As long as your children drink milk or eat butter, ice cream, cheese, or yogurt with BGH they are eating pus.
Thank you to Ari Levaux for your article about GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms).