Recommended Dose: 18mg
Indi’s Dose: 72mg
Recommended Dose: 1.5mg
Indi’s Dose: 101.5mg
Recommended Dose: 1.1mg
Indi’s Dose: 21.7mg
Recommended Dose: 400mcg
Indi’s Dose: 1200mcg
Recommended Dose: 75mg
Indi’s Dose: 250mg
Recommended Dose: 8mg
Indi’s Dose: 25mg
Recommended Dose: 1.3mg
Indi’s Dose: 4.6mg
Side affects of ___ toxicity = nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, GI tract infection, upset stomach, headaches, restlessness, seizure, warmness [what?], anaphylactic shock, death.
AWESOME. No more vitamins for me.
5. Top heavy Hell: The majority of mass-produced chickens are raised in the dark. Their breasts are so large that they're unable to walk. But that's okay, because they're not allowed to. The antibiotics they are fed to keep them breathing in such conditions end up right there in every bite of your sandwich.
4. Something smells rotten: The USDA is allowed to regulate what constitutes organic food and when your milk is past due, but it does not have the authority to shut down a meat plant if they are selling tainted meat. If the USDA can't stop this, who does? No one, that's who. Creepy.
3. McShit: The average hamburger contains meat from nearly 100 cattle. It gets better. Mass production cows are often raised knee-deep in their own manure. They're butchered so fast that there often isn't enough time to clean them. The end result? Cow pie in your cheeseburger.
2. Grass is good: We've all heard why grass-fed beef is better. But do you really know why it's better? Cows are not designed to digest corn, and when they do, their stomachs become breeding grounds for E.coli bacteria. Five days of feeding grass to Bessie would kill nearly all of this bacteria, but apparently that's too much of a hassle. Instead, meat plants are "washing" ground beef in ammonia and chlorine before packaging it to sell to grocery stores. Delicious.
1. No comment: Robert Kenner, the film's producer, contacted 50 of the largest food producers in America, including Tyson, Monsanto, and Smithfield Farms. None agreed to be interviewed, and none would allow cameras anywhere near their production facilities. Food, Inc. took six years to make, and a large percent of Kenner's production costs went toward legal protection from the aforementioned companies.
FUCK YOU, FOOD INDUSTRY
Is this girl too thin?
"If you pass the North Korean border illegally you get 12 years hard labor.
If you pass the Afghan border illegally you get shot.
If you pass the American border illegally you get a job, drivers license, health care, education, and billions of dollars spent so you can read a document."