(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Lab-grown dairy alternatives and breast milk alternatives are being developed by globalist investors including Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg.
Synthetic milk producer Biomilq wants to create milk alternatives from cultured breast tissue, according to NOQ Report.
Helaina, another producer, wants to synthesize glycoproteins “identical to those found in breast milk” for use in formula and eventually as a standard food additive.
The globalists will promote milq alongside other alternative animal products, like Just Egg and Beyond Meat, that are produced with soy, corn, and seed oils—which are nutrient poor and obesogenic—as well as various toxic additives.
“The fact is, fake meat and dairy cannot replace the complex mix of nutrients found in grass fed beef and dairy, and it’s likely that consuming ultraprocessed meat and milk alternatives may lead to many of the same health issues that are caused by a processed food diet,” Dr. Joseph Mercola wrote.
The alternative meat and dairy products are made using synthetic biology, also known as “gene edited fermentation” or “precision fermentation products.”
The base ingredients for these products are inexpensive sugars derived from genetically engineered corn and soy, and other ingredients such as proteins, colors, flavors and scents may be added.
All genetically engineered corn and soy products come from monocropping, in which huge farms grow single crops, depleting the topsoil, harming biodiversity and releasing greenhouse gases.
Since monocropping relies on industrial-scale farming techniques and no one tends to the crops by hand, the monocrop producers use herbicides like glyphosate, pesticides like neonicotinoids and synthetic fertilizer, which are toxic to humans.
All these methods depend upon taxpayer subsidies to remain profitable and upon a well-functioning global supply chain.
The most commonly used microorganism in the fermentation process is E. coli, which is gene-edited to produce the desired compound through its digestive process.
It must also be antibiotic-resistant to survive the antibiotics used to kill off other undesirable organisms in the fermentation process, which involves growing the target microorganism in a bioreactor at a temperature of 87 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit for 24 to hundreds of hours.
The biowaste produced by this process must be treated and removed like nuclear waste, as it cannot be eaten or composted, and nobody knows its effects if released into nature.
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