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“In Canada and the United States, we have some really good resistant surveillance programs that look at meat products," Rubin said. "But these programs are primarily targeted at beef, pork, and poultry. So there's a whole world of other food items that people are purchasing that really aren't captured in these programs. So that was what I was interested in looking at.”
“With the study that we've done, we really don't have any further insight," he said. "It certainly could have acquired it in its environment. It could have been cross-contamination, processing or shipping or cross-contamination at the point of sale. We really don't have any evidence at this point and so we need a lot more research and that's what we're starting to develop some plans for now.”
Rubin said, “This organism itself probably wouldn't hurt you.” However, eating this organism "could share those resistance genes with other bacteria living in your intestine, which may be more pathogenic."
it is something the global healthcare community has expected for a while
The only question would be "How quickly do resisatnce genes move into the wild?"
The OT health laws tell Jews and actually Christians what foods are good to eat. for meat any that both chews it's cud and has cloven hooves are allowed. from the sea and lakes and streams any fish that has scales is allowed. shell fish and fish without scales are not allowed. for birds very few are forbidden and the ones that are are generally forbidden by name. e.g; storks and presumably cranes are off limits. what the poster was referring to was most likely the fact that the bible and doctors advice on foods to avoid are most often the same. All three major religions have the same prescriptions. Jewish people have Kosher rules. Muslims have Halal rules. Christians think Peter's vision lets Christians of the hook for food restrictions but it really wasn't about that.
originally posted by: Arnie123
a reply to: jazz10
That makes no sense, what does god have to due with this?