posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 10:33 PM
Fat cells contain elastin binding proteins that help arteries to stay flexible. Other sources are skin, heart meat, intestine casings, tongue, and
meats that are tough. Something is wrong with all that tender beef you can cut with a fork, it lacks elastins. Animals with a ruman are supposed to
have the right bacteria that produce this protein, most humans have to consume it, we cannot support the bacteria that produce it.
The meat on chickens is too soft nowadays, the bacteria are not present in their bodies because they are fed antibiotics to kill them. Even
antibiotic free chickens are fed meal containing natural cultures of bacteria/fungus that produce these aflotoxins that kill the Staphylococcus aurora
that produce this. The food contains a high quantity of a natural aflotoxin that would be called erythromyacin I think.
Meat chickens are bred out to produce fast growing chickens that need to be butchered in ten weeks. If they are not butchered, they wind up having
heart attacks. Even the ones that live on regular organic farms can't walk too much, they get tired. This is all to make the meat fast to produce
and also tender. Tender means it lacks adequate amounts of elastins.
If you consume meats, they often contain beta blockers which cause a slowing of circulation. This could also lead to arteries getting clogged up. A
water pipe gathers less junk on it's walls if the water is moving fast.
edit on 25-11-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)