(NaturalNews) Are you a milk drinker? Are you a vegan or vegetarian? You may also be eating meat and not know it. Have you seen the ingredient "acid casein" as an enrichment? What about amylase -- have you seen that ingredient? Some people don't even read the ingredients of their foods, drinks and personal care products. Other people are quite selective when it comes to eating animals by accident or putting animal byproducts on their skin, like lotions, antiperspirants and shampoo.
Amylase, in some forms, is fungal or bacterial, and comes from pigs -- digestive enzymes of the baby pig, as a matter of fact. The careless, carefree, toxic food industry uses it in a lot of baked goods. Casein is made from milk and is often used for bread and cereal enrichment. What does "enrichment" even mean? Is it like "fortified," where Big Food makes you think something dead they "add back in" to food is worth your while to eat, or is it really about adding in sickness to food, including meat and dairy byproducts, such as gelatin, that contain chemicals and carcinogens? Let's explore.
Sneaky meat you don't want to eat
If you're vegetarian or vegan, stop reading now. This might hurt a little. If you are a health-conscious consumer and simply love organic food, stop reading now. This will hurt a lot. Ambergris, which is whale intestines, is used for food flavoring and for making perfumes! Clarifying agents often come from animals in the form of gelatin or fish bladders. They're used to help filter out small particles from liquids to make them clear. A nifty sales tactic, but what "clear" liquids are you drinking that contain reduced animals? Cystine is human hair or horsehair that you might find in your food supplements. Yes, the human body can produce L-cystine, but that's not the source we're talking about here. Human flesh is meat. What kind of meat do you eat? Are you being "cannibalized"?
When we inject human "albumin" using vaccines, where is that albumin coming from? Could it be from pigs that have cancer or from chicken embryos? Who investigates this atrocity? Does Pepsi use fetal albumin to stimulate taste buds in humans who are addicted to junk science soda? Maybe you should click on the source to see. (http://www.naturalnews.com)
Many childhood vaccines contain aborted human fetal protein/DNA. So, you don't have to eat meat for your body and blood to be "consuming meat," now do you? Are unintended meats coursing through your veins or stuck in your brain and body tissue? (https://www.youtube.com)
Diglyceride and dough conditioners
Diglycerides often come from a cow or hog. Peanut butter, chewing gum, ice creams and shortening often contain diglycerides. Using diglycerides helps mix ingredients that normally don't mix well together, like water and oil, but what is it mixing up in your gut? Are you eating pesticide and insecticide with that diglyceride?
Sometimes, dough conditioner comes from animals that are abused and tortured and die horrific deaths in CAFOs (concentrated animal feeding operations) across America. Most animal parts that are not sold as meat in grocery stores are reduced -- cooked down to a gummy, bouncy-like substance which the world knows (or doesn't know) as gelatin (think of most chewy candy). Ever seen or heard of glyceryl monostearate, potassium bromate, locust bean gum (carob), benzoyl peroxide or calcium sulfate? They're just "conditioning" your dough with GMO!
Emulsifiers and enzymes
Emulsifiers are smoothing agents. Sounds harmless. Enzymes are important for human digestion, but there are different kinds of enzymes that you DON'T want in your body -- and those are the kind coming from infected, sick animals that are "processed" by Big Food plants that also process cancer food for the masses. Plus, emulsifiers can be synthetic, so add that into the mix of nightmare food that makes you sick and causes irritable bowel syndrome, allergies and nervous disorders. Think of lecithin, mono- and diglycerides (popular one!), calcium stearoyl, polysorbate and monostearate. Some enzymes contain fungal and bacterial pathogens.
If you eat cheese and you don't look for the vegan kind, you are most likely eating rennet -- a calf's stomach lining. Protease and lipase can be animal derived. Also research trypsins.
Gelatin is a breakdown of animal hooves, muscle, hides and bones. Consider now those jellybeans, marshmallows, the not-so-healthy commercial yogurts and frosted cereals. It's used as a thickener for shampoos and cosmetics, and don't forget the coating on pills and capsules, even the organic ones sometimes. Don't eat abused animals with your organic supplements, please! If you buy commercial pie crust, it contains animal fat, most likely from the cow or the hog -- including tallow and lard.
Vaccine meat and chemical ingredients are insidious
• Bovine cow serum: Injecting cow skin causes connective tissue disorders, arthritis and lupus, as well as shortness of breath, low blood pressure, chest pain and skin reactions.
• Gelatin: Derived from the collagen inside animals' skin and bones. Can contain synthetic growth hormones and BSE infectivity (mad cow disease).
• Sodium chloride: Raises blood pressure and inhibits muscle contraction and growth.
• Egg protein: Vaccines are prepared in eggs (certainly not organic). May contain growth hormones, antibiotics and Salmonella bacteria.
• Human albumin: The protein portion of blood from pooled human venous plasma, when injected, causes fever, chills, hives, rash, headache, nausea, breathing difficulty and rapid heart rate. Injecting "pooled blood" can result in a loss of body cell mass and cause immunodeficiency virus infection, or it may contain SV40, HIV, carcinogens or hepatitis B from drug addicts.
• Formaldehyde: Highly carcinogenic fluid used to embalm corpses. Ranked one of the most hazardous compounds to human health.
Also be on the lookout for the following sneaky meats:
Keratin: Usually animal (chicken, hair and nails). This is what the amino acid tyrosine is often made from.
Lac resin (shellac): Animal (insect secretion). Find it in candy, fruit and pills.
Lactic acid: Animal, milk; found in pickles, frozen desserts, fruit preserves, candy, olives, yogurt, cheese, chewing gum and even in beer sometimes.
Lactose (saccharum lactin): Milk sugar from mammals. Used for souring milk, medicinal diuretics, laxatives baked goods, medicines and baby formulas.
Happy hunting! Choose 100% organic, shop at local farmers' markets and drink spring water. No more sneaky meats for you.