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Frightening new research just linked to super -- on millions of women.
To the acrobatics in the chicken that they eat and it's not just a problem for women researchers have also discovered drugs like caffeine and prozac in the meat we -- So we called -- senior -- as a consumer reports Michael Hansen he's traders like Mauritania.
Nice to be here in reading this material it's amazing I didn't realize that you know -- assigned to the chickens the sure -- stuff like that now they eat a lot of coffee grounds to make them.
-- sleep less and eat more to get fat faster and in the coffee grounds -- mix it with antibiotics.
Yes and actually that does study that you -- -- referring to came from people who came from a John Hopkins what was most frightening.
Was two thirds what they did is they had tested feather meal it's basically -- another from chickens.
That that tells you what they've had been eating.
Two thirds of them actually had -- went on loans which is a class of antibiotics used in human medicine that was banned from all chicken production in 2005.
And yet in 2012 they found two thirds of the -- -- tested positive all right so now women are getting these bladder infections that are not being able to be treated by antibiotics that is going to be a lot of attention on what kind of chicken and other meat should people be buying.
So let's go through the list of meets labels to avoid which starts with natural why.
Part of the problem with.
Natural is it really doesn't mean anything the only thing it means is minimally processed.
And nothing has been -- it it tells you.
Nothing about how the animal was grown so the animal could be.
Fed low level antibiotics did it can get all sorts of the drugs.
Natural just means.
Minimally processed and.
Again when they say cage free they might not be indicated that there -- -- packed so tightly together what is free -- -- free range means you're supposed to have access to the outdoors most people.
Think that means -- -- running around outside it may mean that but in some cases it just means access to the outdoors so if there's a window where they can see outside and -- -- port that's considered free -- he also say antibiotic free is not necessarily safe now what -- should you buy organic.
Will ensure that they haven't used any antibiotics.
Also if it says no antibiotics administered or a phrase like that.
And then with what's called the USDA process of verified shield that means somebody is.
Checked out and looked.
Basically verified that label claim now there's many other labels that say no antibiotics Ed administered no antibiotics ever used.
Those are all useful they're meaningful.
But they don't necessarily mean somebody's chat the third parties check to see whether that's true -- you are the most famous third party -- America consumer reports consumer reports on org.
Michael Hansen thanks for answered all the questions we've got now about chicken thank you sir.
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