Finally! FDA Admits That Chicken Meat Contains Cancer-Causing Arsenic


It has just been confirmed by the FDA that chicken meat contains arsenic, which is a cancer-causing agent. This is because the chickens are fed by this poisonous chemical.

It’s a dangerous cycle, since chicken first consume the arsenic, which then goes into their meat. Then, we eat chicken and the arsenic is transferred into our bodies.

This has been happening for over 50 years!

As a result of this research, the chicken feed product Roxarsone has been pulled off the shelves. However, it’s interesting and frightening at the same time that this company who uses arsenic in the chicken feed is the same which produces the vaccines for children, with chemical adjuvants. Its name is Pflzer.

The company that produced Roxarsone for chicken is a subsidiary company of Pfizer, Alpharma.

Now, although the arsenic is removed from the chicken feed in USA, Pfizer says that they won’t do so in other countries, unless they are forced to do it by the regulators.

The Associated press says:

“Scott Brown of Pfizer Animal Health’s Veterinary Medicine Research and Development division, said the company also sells the ingredient in about a dozen other countries. He said Pfizer is reaching out to regulatory authorities in those countries and will decide whether to sell it on an individual basis.”


The FDA yet claim that the arsenic in chicken meat is at such low levels that it’s impossible to have bad side effects and it’s safe to eat. However, it has been proven that even in low doses can be a major threat to our health.

The National Chicken Council, says that now that Roxarsone is away from the shelves, it’s completely safe to eat chicken meat.

On the other hand, recently a manufacturer of elderberry juice was visited by the FDA. They said the manufacturer was selling “unapproved drugs”. While this juice can improve people’s health, it’s forbidden to produce and sell. However, chicken meat with arsenic is approved and pushed by the FDA. Ironic, isn’t it?

Some of the other ridiculous claims by the FDA were the ones when they accused some
manufacturers of natural and nutritional products, some even for the raw milk in them.

Source: Healthy Food House

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