The Truth About Faux Meat

For the good of the world, it is time for you to make changes to your diet. Eating some kinds of food products cause damage to the earth. Foods like beef, poultry, dairy and fish are harmful, as the process of raising livestock is no longer sustainable or environmentally friendly. Killing animals for food is also not humane.

We are told that that the only way it will be possible to meet the animal product needs of the planet is through substitutes like cultured meat. There will be a range of synthetic foods created by certain companies. What are these foods? How will they be produced? Are these foods healthy? What will be the ramifications as a result of all these changes?

In his article The Lies Behind Lab-Cultured Fake Meat, Dr Joseph Mercola explains the process by which these foods are being manufactured and reveals the truth behind the whole agenda. The main points can be summed up as follows:

▹ The GMO industry — which is funded, propped up and defended by the tech and chemical industries — is now seeking to replace beef, poultry, dairy and fish with synthetic biology, cultured meat, precision fermentation, cellular-based and gene edited foods.

▹ Transitioning to cultured meat, made from animal cells grown in a petri dish, is a Great Reset goal for the global food industry. The aim is to control populations by creating dependence on private companies that control the food supply.

▹ The EAT Forum, cofounded by the Wellcome Trust, has developed what they call “The Planetary Health Diet,” designed to be applied to the global population. It entails cutting meat and dairy intake by up to 90%, and replacing it largely with foods made in laboratories, along with cereals and oil.

▹ Cultured meat (cell-based meat) is produced from animal tissue cells that are grown in fetal bovine serum (FBS) made from the blood of cow fetuses. So, cultured beef relies on the slaughter of both cows and unborn calves, which are drained of their blood while still alive.

▹ Plant-based meat alternatives contain no animal fats, only industrial seed oils that are loaded with linoleic acid (LA). Excessive consumption of LA in the modern diet is already one of the key drivers of chronic disease, and plant-based meat substitutes will only worsen the situation.

The entire article can be found here or here.

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7 Responses to The Truth About Faux Meat

  1. Shy Ted says:

    Just wondering around the supermarket and seeing the untouched faux stuff makes me think no one is buying it.

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  2. Bazinga says:

    @ST Do you think there’s any analogy between this and Liberal lite?

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  3. Fat Tony says:

    If the Global Reset parasites control the manufacture of the only food we are allowed to eat, it will be as trustworthy as their “vaccines” – and may even contain “vaccines”.

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  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    2 billion insects every year:
    World’s largest cricket farm for human consumption completed in Canada

    Aspire Food Group announced a couple of weeks ago that it had completed the construction of its alternative protein manufacturing facility. London, Ontario, is now home to the world’s largest cricket production facility.

    Aspire’s the new plant will reportedly produce 9000 metric tons of crickets yearly for human and pet consumption. That’s about two billion insects to be distributed annually across Canada and the United States.

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  5. Fat Tony says:

    The Global Reset Parasite Class will eat only the finest steaks…

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  6. another ian says:

    If insects are such good nutrition then there obviously weren’t any famines resulting from locust plagues?

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  7. Ragu says:

    and may even contain “vaccines”.

    Thats the plan, man

    Edible vaccines are subunit vaccines where the selected genes are introduced into the plants and the transgenic plant is then induced to manufacture the encoded protein. Foods under such application include potato, banana, lettuce, corn, soybean, rice, and legumes. They are easy to administer, easy to store and readily acceptable delivery system for different age group patients yet cost effective. Edible vaccines present exciting possibilities for significantly reducing various diseases such as measles, hepatitis B, cholera, diarrhea, etc., mainly in developing countries.

    Edible Vaccines: Promises and Challenges

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