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does us beef have carcnigens

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posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 07:23 PM
that there are carcnigens in the stelroids u feed your cows and that is is known there are carcnigens any the only reason they dont stop feeding these cows the # is because south america the worlds leader in products for synthetic drugs and synthetics dont give a # about there defect drugs and that u all have to put up with it because if you dont the rest of the drugs will shift to the same price with or with out the roids

my question is there more carcnigens on your bbq or in the beef

stelroids make tumors and cancer advance really quickly and attack the body quicker so what would it do to mad cow

and thanks america for leaving spine crap in your beef now japan wont touch ya stuff and australia prices are going to go hectic are beef is already at 13.50 aus for 700 grams of porter house

posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 10:13 PM
Cattle are often fed growth hormones, which as the name would suggest make them grow faster thus ready for harvest at an earlier age, all kinds of harvest animals are fed GHs. They can make cancer cells grow at an accelerated rate making a cancerous tumor grow much faster than it would with out the GHs help. Im not an expert so my opinion is worth is much as a heap of cow dung.

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 01:54 AM
I doubt that america even cares about it. America cares about nothing but making a quick buck and selling any parts of an animal it can use for food. They feed ground up parts back to the animals!!! That's how I take it that this whole "mad cow" thing got started! Adding carcinogens to the beef is probably an added extra in the minds of the warped americans who do this. They lie about the amount of CJD (mad cow) cases we have to try and blind us to the fact this is real because it would put an end to their billion dollar beef industry!!! I realize I got a bit off topic but just wanted to add my opinion on this. From the symptoms I would rather eat cancerous meat then mad cow.

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 10:04 AM
Well, as someone who ate tons of burgers from the UK in the mid-80's, and as someone who knows of at least one classmate who lost a brother to new variant CJD, I'm more worried about prions than hormones. However, at least the EU doesn't allow the use of hormones in their animals. Which irritates the Americans. Which can only be a good thing.

And here's something to put you off your milk in the morning! Black coffee for me in future!

Incidentally, nvCJD - 20 year + incubation. Have we got away with it in the UK, considering the *crap* mechanically-recovered meat we ate in various processed food products?

Go to figures for the numbers. Surprisingly low.

Interesting question. Browsing around my local Safeway in Canada, I was slightly amused (but mainly horrified) to find that the weiners are still made with mechanically processed meats. Yum! Why hasn't it been banned? Why aren't consumers disgusted that they're eating sweepings from the factory floor?

Enjoy breakfast everyone!


posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 10:06 AM
Sorry, forgot to add this. YUM! I'm never eating another hot dog in my life!


posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 10:27 AM
Yes, U.S. cattle contain chmeicals that is unhealthy for the human. It causes ailments ranging from cancer to the inability to use the shift key for proper capitalization.

BBQ'd meat is more dangerous as you greatly increase the cancer-causing effect when you burn the meat on the grill.
Boy, that sucks, doesn't it. In a few weeks, the season for killing myself slowly begins again!

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 01:25 PM

Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
It causes ailments ranging from cancer to the inability to use the shift key for proper capitalization.

TC, you crack me up!

I haven't bought (for home consumption) commercial beef for years. We buy 1/4 of a cow that is totally clean and freeze it and use it throughout the year. The taste is incredible and it's not got all the crap that the commercial beef has in it.

There is something bad in everything we consume. Even vegetables, unless they're totally organic, can be dangerous if not properly washed. The air we breathe, the water we drink... nothing is 100% safe.

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