Arsenic in Commercial Chicken, is your meat safe?
In this video, Joseph Stickland, Applied Clinical Nutritionist, discusses the factory-farming practice of using pharmaceutical drugs in commercial chicken feed. He explains how drugs containing arsenic, a toxic element long known to cause cancer and even death, are finding their way into chickens and onto our dinner tables.
Yet one more reason to eat local, small farm foods, especially meats. Organic, pasture-raised (free-range) chicken is safe, but almost all commercially raised chicken is likely to contain arsenic and other chemicals.
To read more about the dangers of factory farming and dosing our food supply with drugs read Is Antibiotic Resistance Crawling Into a Home Near You?
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