Think the Antibiotics in Your Food Are Decreasing? Think Again

      Mercola |  13 February 2024   An estimated 35,000 Americans die each year from drug-resistant infections. Globally, the death toll attributed to drug-resistant infections is thought to be around 4.95 million annually When animals are given antibiotics, it causes unnatural growth by altering their gut microbiome. In the process, some of those gut bacteria become antibiotic-resistant. Contaminated meat can then become a source of drug-resistant infections Between 2015 and 2017, antibiotic use in U.S. food-animals declined byRead More

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