Organic Food vs. Conventional Food : Antibiotics in Conventional vs. Organic Foods

Organic Food vs. Conventional Food : Antibiotics in Conventional vs. Organic Foods


Antibiotics, antibiotics can be found in conventional
foods but they are not found in organic foods. We all been sick on time or another and gone
to the doctor and the doctor will sometimes prescribe an antibiotic if we have a bacteria
infection that our body is trying to fight in order for us to get better well take that
antibiotic to fight that bacteria. Many times as a prevention measure food distributors
will go ahead and give their animals a antibiotic as a preventative measure to try and fight
that bacteria before it occurs. Many critics are questioning these antibiotics in our food
animals because they are worried that they pose a risk to human health. The reason why
they think that it might pose a risk to human health is because humans can build up a resistance
to antibiotics. So if we’re receiving an antibiotic for some of the foods that we are eating then
there could be that change that we’re developing a resistance against them. So if that was
something that you were not concerned about consuming conventional foods would be right
for you. If it is something that you are concerned about then organic foods would be right for
you. Right now a lot of researchers don’t know about this and USDA and FDA have approved
it of being safe so you decide what’s best for you.

2 Replies to “Organic Food vs. Conventional Food : Antibiotics in Conventional vs. Organic Foods”

  1. you FAT LIAR! who do you work for? what makes you an expert? your knowledge is steeped in the shit you have incrusted in your colon.

  2. She is obviously not an expert. Humans don't build resistance to antibiotics, but bacterias do – through the magic of natural selection. The only worry about giving antibiotics is that it may give raise to strains of antibiotic-resistant bacterias.
    Get your facts right "expert"…

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