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Meat Glue And A Healthy Eating And Lifestyle
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Meat glue and a healthy eating and lifestyle. if you eat meat, your are most likely eating MEAT GLUE. a very shocking news story on 20/20 about a special story called the "The Real Dish".
this was a documentary with insights into the food industry. Although this was a story about safety issues, the topic "MEAT GLUE" caught people's attention. "MEAT GLUE", is also known as "transglutaminase". Fibimex is a commercial name of this glue coagulant which is MADE FROM COW OR PIGS BLOOD, which makes things stick together. after researching, meat glue was found to be sold on EBAY, for about $14.00. Although meat industry "experts" claim that glued meat is safe, (labeled as "reformed" a person needs to think twice before eating cows meats. Meat glue is actually a tasteless powder which is added to meat and rolled up in plastic wrap. The meat is refrigerated for 6 hours and the result is a solid piece of meat that looks real, and intact. The meat industry admits that companies use "meat glue" to bind pieces of meat that would normally be thrown away, so the steak "looks" better, for if it does not look good, people will not buy it. Put on a little sauce and show nice pictures on the menu, and there we have an expensive steak of combined different meat parts, and can come from different animals.n Transglutaminase, or 'meat glue' doesn't sound like it's giving the body required nutrition. In fact, it is possibly a cause for allergic or mysterious reactions for innocent people who believe they are eating a whole steak especially in a restaurant.(with no cow nor pigs blood). The FDA considers the "meat glue" to be safe 'when handled properly'. What happens when it is not handled properly? Unsafe? Apparently if the meat is cooked very well, there are no problems according to the experts. The FDA requires that meat treated by the glue be labeled, but THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO RESTAURANTS. is it possible that in a restaurant that offers a 'great steak' and cooked rare, could pose yet another health-risk? Examples might be imitation crab, chicken nuggets, or some high-end chefs use the glue to make inventive dishes. For example, one chef used meat glue to make shrimp pasta. Where are the studies on health consequence? Fibrimex, a registered trademark comes either frozen, or in powders that are odorless and tasteless. Yes a tasteless white powder. When eating in a restaurant, you may want to ask your server if "MEAT GLUE" was used in that steak before you place your order. remember, top officials working within our USDA, came from the meat industry. after a few years, they return to their same companies with a raise in pay and/or a promotion. that is the way it is, and this also applies to our FDA. they and BIG PHARMA share the same bed, all for huge profits.
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