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The demand for cheap food has had a dramatic impact on food production. Today, 65 billion animals worldwide including cows, chickens, and pigs are crammed into factory farms. And according to the Cornucopia Institute, the price of factory farming chicken is lower than it’s been in decades, making it the cheapest meat on the market. I like to call it sick chicken.
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Center for a Livable Future were shocked at what they found in conventional chickens produced on factory farms. They were initially testing chicken for antibiotics and found a slew of chemicals by testing the chicken’s feathers. The chicken’s feathers are like human fingernails in that they are an indication of what chemicals the animal has been exposed to in their lives.
Arsenic is a well known chicken contaminate that’s routinely fed to factory-raised chickens because it reduces infections and makes their flesh a more appetizing pink shade. Additionally, another study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology found that antibiotics like Cipro, which are banned because they breed antibiotic resistant infections, are still given to chickens. Benadryl was given to reduce anxiety and some chicken feathers even contained Prozac. Yikes.
I want to find out about skin lightening or evening out my skintone. I am a dark skinned 46 year old black female, I do not use bleaching creams because they are cancerous, and I think that it borders on black female self hatred, But I have uneven, and very dry dark skin color, I would like to get my skin all to one tone, and moist and healthy. Do you have any ideas, or recipes for a natural bleaching cream?
Skin tone changes based upon life changes, just as your hands change based upon life changes. Live healthy, holistic, and everything will come back into balance. You see, evidently you did something for the skin to become uneven, after all, the skin was not always uneven. Something happened based upon what was going on in your life, and things you were doing and thinking. Go back to that period and reflect and start from there. Do the reverse and the healing will begin.
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