Consumers should dispose of these products or return them to where they were purchased.
Conventional meat in America is a scary thing, and this recent incident is just another atrocious example. Consumers should stick to organic, grass-fed beef whenever possible, and make sure it is cooked all the way through, at a minimum temperature of 160° Fahrenheit. Most people who eat infected meat recover after about a week, but some develop hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a type of kidney failure, that can be fatal. This is more common among kids under five years of age and elderly folks with weakened immune systems (think of clot-shot injected people also here).
Got unexplainable bruising and decreased urine output? Does your pee burn? Are you experiencing pressure or pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic region, cloudy or blood-tinged urine, or urine with a strong odor? Did you eat some conventional meat lately?
This would not be uncommon, as more than half-a-million Americans have already suffered from urinary track infections (UTIs) this year, and it happens every year. The conventional meat industry tries to blow it off as nothing to worry about, because it's so common, but that's reason to worry even more. From farm to infection, conventional meat leaves much to be desired.
E. coli infections in the bloodstream kill 40,000 people every year in the USA alone. In fact, antibiotic-resistant E. coli is on the rise, and the more these meat producers inject their cows, chickens, pigs, and turkeys with antibiotics, the more the humans who eat it become vulnerable to infection and immune to the antibiotics helping them beat infection. It's a lose-lose situation, and the humans and animals are all losing in this conventional meat-eating world.
Experts also now warn that E. coli is often resistant to certain antibiotics, because of the massive overuse on farm animals and in hospitals, and that the number of people dying from UTIs and bloodstream infections is increasing. Industrial farming is out of control, and the FDA and USDA are too busy trying to stifle natural supplements and organic medicine to pay attention and help.
These animals on industry farms are trapped in cages and pins, packed too close together, standing and wallowing in their own feces and urine all day, eating infected food, eating GMO feed, and being injected with antibiotics that aren't working anymore. All of this corporate-style breeding, living conditions, and slaughtering allows bacteria to mutate rapidly and develop new characteristics that cause worse disease and even more resistance to antibiotics.
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