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Seems to me that by putting growth enhancement product along with gmo/soya, among other things, into the livestock food chain there will be outcomes in those who consume such meats. SO, by putting an oestrogen analogue in the food chain (soya) plus a growth enhancer, what might be an outcome....? Maybe larger frames with more effeminate traits, in males and females. There was just some recent press re: girls going into puberty earlier than they did historically, in the west. Just looking for answers to too many questions. Between gmo soya and corn feedstock, growth enhancers, antibiotics, etc, seems you never know what else you're getting with that meat.

Posted by ryan moore
08 February 2013 | 18h36

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