WARNING!: Don’t Eat Plastic, and You Might Be

What would you do if you started to to cook and you smelled plastic? You’d probably be alarmed. What if you started to eat and smelled plastic? You’d probably be more alarmed. Would this mean that you are eating plastic, though? No one wants to eats plastic. The health implications for even considering the idea stimulate words like: cancer, poison, death, and organ shut down. If we don’t want to eat plastic, then why is what we are cooking starting to smell like we are cooking with poisonous plastic?  

Our senses are one of the strongest things in our life navigation tool set. Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to our environment in order to detect what is going on. Recently, food manufacturers have been injecting left over substances that makes some of the things we eat smell and taste like we are eating plastic. Is pink slime in your food?…

What is pink slime?

“Ten years ago, the rejected fat, sinew, bloody effluvia, and occasional bits of meat cut from carcasses in the slaughterhouse were a low-value waste product called ‘trimmings’ that were sold primarily as pet food. No more. Now, Beef Products Inc. of South Dakota transforms trimmings into something they call ‘boneless lean beef.’ In huge factories, the company liquefies the trimmings and uses a spinning centrifuge to separate the sinews and fats from the meat, leaving a mash that has been described as ‘pink slime,’ which is then frozen into small squares and sold as a low-cost additive to hamburger.”

This ‘pink slime’ has caught the most meda heat recently as McDonald’s has admitted to using this substances in the food they produce. The McDonalds pink slime has caught news worthy attention due to the way pink slime has hit the main stream knowledge base. The public is shocked and appalled to hear that they have been eating this left over meat scrapings. Some ask the question “If McDonalds is serving pink slime, then is McDonalds slime?”


The healthier solution to pink slime:

There is one amazing alternativet to pink slime. My personal recommendation, along with thousands of others, is to purchase organic beef. With only 60 calories per 1oz, organic grass-fed beef is a completely safe alternative to pink smile. When we are concerned about our health and the health of our family, organically produced beef should be the staple on our dinner tables.

There are many great recipes out there that you can incorporate monthly, weekly, and even into daily meals that save you money and insure sound health and quality. When you mix these rich ingredients with the organic grass fed(non pink slime) beef you are securing a meal fit with superior nutrients, outstanding taste, and top of the line quality. You will be participating in one of the best things you could EVER do for your family!

I will be sending out an outstanding recipe in my email blast tomorrow, right in time for the weekend get-togethers. This recipe includes easy to purchase ingredients(some you may already have in your home cabinet), mouth watering taste, and Three Key tips to working with organic beef in order to preserve the rich nutrients during cooking process – incredibly important.

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