The Ecosystem of the Earth and the Ecosystem of your body.
Good Branding + good marketing, and a snazzy website does not necessarily mean good health
Health is Wealth. Without health, what do you have?
A companies claim that their Mission is to “Save Earth” needs substance, not just convincing words and fancy pictures on their website.
✋ If you think the Impossible Burger is in any way a health food, think again.
🤔And if you think eating this laboratory experiment is better for the environment, again, you’d better investigate this a little more.
😲 If you think Impossible Burger cares about Moms. Think again
🤢 YUCK! When we look at the ingredients, we see mostly genetically engineered soy – AKA soy that is heavily sprayed heavily with Roundup (glyphosate).
😲 Why is this bad? Well, Roundup is a WATER-SOLUBLE chemical. This means when it gets sprayed on crops, some of it works its way into our soil and then our streams and rivers, some of it gets evaporated into the air we breathe, and eventually, it can even come back down in the rain that falls on us. Yep, thanks to governing bodies that don’t have our backs, our entire environment is now contaminated with this junk.
🔘This wouldn’t be such an issue if Roundup consumption didn’t contribute to Cancer, Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Celiac disease, Fatty liver disease, Autism, Alzheimer’s, and a whole host of other chronic illnesses. The Impossible Burger tested POSITIVE for Glyphosate.
🤭So when you eat your Impossible Burger thinking you’re being healthy, remember that all you’re doing is slowly increasing your risk for cancer and chronic disease (Not that eating industrial meat would be any better. Always stick to local farms and grass-fed animals)
🤭And when you think you’re supporting the environment, remember that you’re really supporting the slow destruction of our planet because of More Genetically Engineered Crops = More Roundup Sprayed = More Toxic Earth
👩👧👦 Impossible Burger attacked Moms Across America (MAA) founded by Zen Honeycutt for speaking the truth and publishing the pesticide results of this impossibly unhealthy burger. Rather than acknowledging that glyphosate in their food could be a problem — especially in light of the recent court cases against Bayer (which acquired Monsanto in 2018) totaling billions in judgments due to people who developed cancer as a result of Roundup use — they engaged in a veritable smear campaign against MAA, including insults and name-calling.
As for MAA’s statements that glyphosate-based herbicides have been “proven to be carcinogenic,” Impossible Foods stated this is “a ridiculous claim” and “No regulatory authority in the world considers glyphosate to be carcinogenic to humans at current exposure levels,” tell this to the victims behind the at least 13,400 lawsuits that have been filed claiming exposure to glyphosate-containing Roundup caused health problems, including cancer.
🖍 Pat Brown, the CEO, and Founder of Impossible Foods wrote a Medium dot com article entitled How our commitment to consumers and our planet led us to use GM soy with a lot of numbers and “facts”🤥.
Three comments on that post sum up my opinion:
a) This is either asinine, diabolical, or both. One word: boycott.
b) Industrial legume ag is an act of violence upon the earth.
I actually tried the impossible burger highly processed pseudo-food recently, wasn’t too impressed with the flavor, nor how I felt afterward. 🤢 Swipe Left. Next!
🙏 Guy Fasciana for your research which inspired me to dig deeper
🙏 – Regenetarianism – Formerly L.A. Chef’s Column
🙏 Organic Consumers Association