Doctors are scared out of their wits. Health authorities are freaking out. They know there is a superbug infection now outpacing deaths from the AIDS virus. Could you be the next victim?
Likely so… IF…
- You come in contact with groups of people on a regular basis
- You frequent supermarkets, gyms or churches
- Your children go to daycare or nursery centers
- You use public swimming pools
- You attend schools or colleges
- You go to the movie theater
- You travel on airplanes
- You attend sporting events
- You go shopping at the mall
- And God help you if you need medical care in a hospital
What is this deadly, flesh-eating pathogen that is making headlines around the world?
MRSA. Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus aka Staph.
Once upon a time, staph infection was successfully treated with penicillin, but now, it is completely resistant. The most potent and powerful antibiotic drugs out there barely phase this deadly bug, if at all.
MRSA infections are becoming increasingly common, especially in hospitals where this rampant superbug accounts for over 60% of all drug-resistant staph infections. It is rapidly and alarmingly spreading into the general public, infecting children and adults alike wherever people congregate, but even worse, right in your own home.
According to the CDC in 2017, there were nearly 120,000 bloodstream MRSA infections and a whopping 20,000 related deaths that year. In 2016, AMFAR reported 15,807 deaths from AIDS in the United States. Do the scary math.
What’s going on here??!! Why is MRSA now killing more Americans each year than AIDS?
First of all, the only risky behavior you have to engage in to contract a MRSA infection is venturing into a crowded public place. And as if that isn’t bad enough, 1 out of 5 who fall victim to the deadly infection die.
Exactly how do you “catch” this deadly bug?
- People-to-people contact—shaking hands, hugging, kissing, touching
- Touching a contact surface that someone with MRSA has touched
- Infected doorknobs, shopping cart handles, handrails, water faucets, ATM machines
It is estimated that 30% of the people you come into contact with have MRSA living on their skin. It becomes infectious when it gets into your bloodstream through a scratch, nick, bite, pimple, cut or any break in your skin. OR, if it gets into your eyes, ears, nose, throat.
In other words, if you touch a doorknob infected with MRSA from the person ahead of you, and you touch your eye—VOILA. You are infected.
Scary shit, right? You’d better believe it.
It gets worse. Clinical studies have shown that as much as 50% of all supermarket meats, seafoods, and poultry are contaminated with MRSA.
You. Heard. Right.
Why?? How could this happen??
It boils down to one unconscionable practice—feeding antibiotics to farm animals and “farm” grown meat products aka fish farms or shrimp farms, for example.
Truth be told, this unthinkable practice is not even done to protect the health of the creature, but rather to fatten them up for faster profits.
Here we go again… Follow the money to bottom line profits.
Blame “community-acquired” MRSA from going out into public on this fact alone, which is outpacing “hospital-acquired” MRSA infections by leaps and bounds.
And our kids… Why are they so prone to MRSA infections now? Higher risk of simple cuts and scratches that provide an entry port for the deadly pathogen to take hold. It survives on surfaces, on hands, on fabrics, on sofas and chairs, and causes lethal infections in children who are otherwise healthy.
But back to the meat you are buying for your family and why this is the bottom-line cause of the explosion of this deadly, flesh-eating bug as published by the journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases.
Researchers sampled chicken, pork, beef and turkey purchased in 5 US cities and found almost half of it to be contaminated with drug-resistant strains of the MRSA bug aka Staph. And these contaminated meats are growing at an alarming rate.
“But doesn’t cooking destroy MRSA?” you say. Yes, it does, as long as it is cooked well done. But that isn’t the problem.
The problem is the easy spread of the pathogen during the food preparation process. MRSA thrives on the skin, so touch the infected raw meat, the cutting boards, countertops, utensils or anything else the meat has come into contact with, including your own hands, and you or anyone else with a minor cut or scratch who comes in contact allows MRSA to go invasive.
Let this sink in for a moment… You are eating out in a restaurant. The chef is wildly rushing around to prepare a gazillion meals, coming in contact with all the raw meats in the kitchen. Do you think hands are disinfected by the chef or waiters as they race around to get your meal on the plate? The chef touches the raw meat, touches your plate, the waiter contacts the same plate, delivers to your table, you eat the contaminated meal, pick up an infested utensil… Well, I think you get my drift.
The Infectious Disease Society of America reports that MRSA is responsible for around 60% of all skin infections seen in emergency rooms.
Now, we’ve all seen the headlines claiming that antibiotics are becoming useless against these highly-infectious MRSA bugs. The article will typically go on to blame everybody for the overuse of antibiotic drugs taken indiscriminately and inappropriately. In other words, trying to shift the blame on you instead of where it truly belongs…
But, this is NOT the real cause of this growing epidemic of antibiotic-resistant bugs. Sure, this is a small piece of the problem, but the HUGE problem is the massive tons of antibiotic drugs that the USDA and FDA are allowing the agriculture industries to pump into our cattle, pigs, chickens, seafoods and all the food source beings to fatten them up to dramatically increase profits.
According to the FDA, in 2016 there were 18.4 million pounds of antibiotics “considered important for human use” sold for use in animal agriculture.
Each and every one of you consuming daily meats are consuming these antibiotic drugs in small amounts every single day. Over time, these constant low levels of antibiotics willingly ingested in your system begin to kill off the weak bacteria in your body, leaving only the strongest bacteria to survive.
Eventually, these strong bacteria survivors become totally resistant to antibiotics. Heaven help you when the day comes you develop a serious infection and are given antibiotic drugs to fight it, and the drugs simply don’t work because an antibiotic-resistant situation has been created through ingesting antibiotic-laced meats on a regular basis.
To make matters worse, this constant stream of ingested breakfast, lunch and dinner meats gradually kills off the good bacteria aka probiotics that your digestive system counts on, inviting these deadly antibiotic-resistant pathogens to come on in, which of course, they are going to do.
The WHO, AMA, and APHA have all warned, “the routine use of antibiotics in food animals presents a serious and growing threat to human health.”
Further, the CDC has warned that feeding antibiotics to animals continually is the real cause of superstrains, and “People who consume these foods can develop antibiotic-resistant infections. The use of antibiotics for promoting growth is not necessary, and the practice should be phased out.”
But do you think the FDA and USDA will listen? (laughing) In short, NO! They simply will not put a stop to this travesty that is killing over 20,000 in the US alone every year. They stand united with Big Pharma on the “indiscriminate” human use of antibiotics to the tune of gazillions of profit dollars annually.
Oh, did I forget to mention, these are the big drug companies like Novartis who claim their antibiotics will reward farmers with a “4:1 return on investment” due to the added weight put on the farm animals.
It’s all about profit, folks. Despite the fact that this indiscriminate use of antibiotics in farm animal feed to fatten animals and increase bottom lines is literally killing people off.
The real problem underlying the alarming, growing MRSA infections each year is the antibiotic-laced meats you are being fed each day, not the prescription antibiotics you are taking once or twice a year (although that isn’t helping the problem).
As long as I’m at it, I might as well pour salt into this already festering wound…
Big Pharma actually wants this crisis to continue exploding to pandemic proportions. Why? So they can force world governments into making innocent taxpayers like you and me pay for the research and development of new classes of antibiotics.
So we have the FDA, the USDA, and the Big Pharmas in bed together pushing the very crisis they have created while drug companies force taxpayers to pay for the R&D for yet more drugs. So you, the consumer, then gets to pay again when you purchase your prescription.
And this double pay system increases drug company profits by billions and billions every single year. And don’t expect Big Pharma to pay taxes on those profits either.
It’s a sad state of affairs but there are steps you can take to defend yourself…
- The obvious, stop consuming commercial, antibiotic-laced animal products
- Eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans and legumes
- Wash your hands often since MRSA is spread from contact, it’s your single-best way to avoid contracting it
- Cover all scratches, bites, cuts, burns, boils, blisters, wounds to prevent MRSA contact
- Proceed with caution in all public places
- Talk with “off-grid” researchers who are in the know regarding solutions (I hope you are reading between the lines)
These same money-hungry authorities have clamped down on the dissemination of any information regarding cures for MRSA. In fact, in certain cases it is a criminal offense to tell the public about any natural solution for deadly superbugs.
Why? There’s no money to be made in a simple and natural solution that can’t be patented by the Big Boys.
The name of this game is protect pharmaceutical profits at the cost of your well being. And gag order the very information that could save you that threatens their beloved profits.
And so, for now, my lips are sealed.
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