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Yum Yum Heart Attack (Ractopamine)

January 3, 2014
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Imagine a world where your government helps you by banning a known heart attack improving substance from the food supply. Don’t worry this is the complete opposite. Here we get to enjoy the reverse what has been banned in 160 countries we savor every day ‘yum’ ‘yum’ Heart Attack improving (Ractopamine is a beta-adrenoceptor agonist), you can thank the FDA they have been helpfully hiding information that gives many Americans an early stairway to heaven. But hey science data that is hidden from the public for their own good, right? Cause we can’t trust you to eat toxic meat that we know is good for you because it might help you drop dead faster. Hell, why don’t you just trust the government and nod like a good slave I mean citizen. Yep good ole government knows how to feed you right FDA will make sure you eat only the healthiest cancer improving food so that then you could go on chemotherapy with the worst possible success-rate so that you could be milked through the feeding process into the final frontier and don’t worry in-between that journey the bankers take their cut. All those payments have to go through someone.

Ah, the good life Uncle Sam really a great uncle treats you right almost makes you want to shed a tear, oh you can’t cause your heart rate is speeding up and you feel all hyper like, well don’t worry there is a drug for that *wink* *wink* its’ only going to cause some other side effect which will have to be treated of-course but nothing but the best for ya, you know.

We can’t even find out how much of it is in the beef we it or other things cause the FDA is really really “helpful” to the degree that it is being sued to release information, they don’t let us know. For our own good I am certain, duh.

Many European nations have placed bans on meat imported from the U.S. not just because of ractopamine, but more generally, European Union officials are concerned about all hormone-treated meats, citing potential health risks like cancer as a major concern.

The Committee also researched studies that looked at the long-term effects of the therapeutic use of beta-adrenoceptor agonists. The reported side effects of using this drug includes tachycardia (fast heart rate, over 100 beats per minute), vasodilation (widening of blood vessel , skeletal muscle tremor, nervousness, metabolic disturbances such as hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar) and hypokalaemia (lower than normal potassium in the blood.) “These effects are pharmacologically predictable, dose-related and potency related, with cardiovascular effects being the most commonly reported side-effects. Non-pharmacological effects include airway hyper-responsiveness and increased airway inflammation” reports the National Library of Medicine.

P.S. satirical sarcasm with a very heavy dose of truth is up top, deal with it like a normal human being or take a paper bag and hyperventilate until you can go back to ignoring reality

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 26, 2014 10:53 pm

    Lushfun, you rock!!! Great writing skills. Haven’t been here in a while… So glad to read some of your new material. And looking forward to see even more. Thanks.



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