19 Replies to “Antibiotics: Agribusiness’s Pound of Flesh”

  1. the us government was just taken over by anti science anti regulation anti thinking republicans. you are wasting your breath. big business will not be denied.

  2. I love your videos. Well you please do a video on yeast in the body vs. eating yeast. Grapenuts and other cereals have yeast, bagels, breads

  3. Feeding antibiotics by the ton to chickens and pigs to fatten them faster may save the industry less than a penny per pound of meat

    Watch below or click the link to watch on NutritionFacts.org: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/antibiotics-agribusinesses-pound-of-flesh

  4. This is just another of many reasons the country I live in has become an absolute embarrassment to the world. When 10% of every workers salary is taxed just to support a totally out of control military budget and the desires of corporations are regularly placed above the welfare of the country or its citizens, you meet the definition of Fascism that I read on Wikipedia.

  5. Freethinking – Is it really Republicans that have done this?  I think the drive to make more and more money at the expense of the common good is a human trait not a political trait.  We could say the same for the Democrats and Obama care.  That is a big government take over of your life – how is that any different.   The point of this presentation is to show that most farmers are doing what big ag tells them to do to maximize profits.  They are not doing it on purpose to make us sick.  They are simply trying to maximize profit the best way they know how.  Slowly the tide is turning and farmers are seeing better profits growing healthier animals.

  6. SORRY UNRELATED ISSUE ;any statments on ; sour sop/or plant products , tea ect,  is the fuss just hype or is it a cancer wonder cure post when you can and thanks for all your good works , we apreciate them

  7. Long therapies with antibiotics increase all cause women's' mortality by 27%!
    https://newsroom.heart.org/news/womens-antibiotic-use-linked-to-higher-risk-of-death-from-heart-disease-other-causes

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