No Eat Cantaloupe, Wait on Ground Turkey, Dress Up Tight!

posted by Dr. Ad Versery Bored @ 18:45 PM
October 27, 2011

 I thank Dr. Jael and Minister Repriestly for asking me to join their staff.  I have for some time been reading Earth End and wanted to get involved in their reporting. These are absolutely important times for healthy and safe living, and my highest degrees in eschatologicalespistologicalgroenistic medicines, as well as in food diets and botomology, as well as publications in Serious Med Journals Plus provide my credentials.  Here are some rules for health and diet today:

 No. 1 – Don’t eat cantaloupe. No way, No how!  Producers and governments try to limit the range to some 26 states.  But apparently food processors and governments have no idea just where all these fruits, contaminated with the deadly listeriosis germ, from Colorado’s Jensen Farms, have gone.

 According to Reuters News Agency, “In a warning letter to Jensen Farms on October 18, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said testing turned up widespread Listeria contamination at its Granada, Colorado, packing plant, which ‘indicates poor sanitary practices in the facility.’”

 As of today 28 people have died from this listeriosis outbreak, and another 133 are very ill––and some of those in states not listed among the 26 states.  No, putting this fruit in the ‘frige’ or washing or peeling it is not good enough.  Even if you have already eaten some, throw the rest away.  This deadly illness can take up to two months or more to manifest itself.  So to stay safe, get it out of the house!

 No. 2 – Regardless of what the new public relations ads say, wait on buying or eating ground turkey.  Recent federal government news releases show that ground turkey was recalled earlier this year in July, August and again in September.  When in fact, according to Atlanta’s Star 94 FM news staff, illnesses linked to ground turkey even go back to March of this year.

 In an August 24th press release, updated on September 11th and 27th, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announces that “the Salmonella Heidelberg outbreak strain” in tested ground turkey “is resistant to ampicillin, gentamicin, streptomycin, and tetracycline”––meaning it is difficult to cure.  The meat comes from Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation in Springdale, Arkansas.

 As of August 2nd, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 76 people have been sickened by this meat and one person has died.  Yet, so far, USDA has not officially recalled this product, nor have they issued a statement that it is now safe to eat it.  Until one of those things happen:  Wait!  Don’t Buy!  Beware of new advertisements promoting “healthy” turkey burgers. 

 I understand that John and his crew will cover winter preparedness, so for now I say, get the layered clothing out, including plus size Christian sweatshirts, and wear them!  Also I say remember that God wants “above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth (3 John 1: 2).  Amen!

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