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Old 11 Jan 2014 , 13:27 PM   #33
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Re: Proof: Aspartame is grown on human sewage in Augusta, Georgia

At part of the Aspartame factory in Augusta , the southern portion, is Monsanto's BGH (Bovine Growth Hormone) factory

(Bovine Growhth Hormone is injected into dairy cows to make them produce more milk)

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In 1937, the administration of BGH, was shown to increase the milk yield in lactating cows by preventing mammary cell death in dairy cattle. Until the 1980s, there was very limited use of the compound in agriculture as the sole source of the hormone was from bovine cadavers.. During this time, the knowledge of the structure and function of the hormone increased.[13] With the advent of biotechnology, one of the pioneering biotech companies Genentech succeeded in cloning the gene for BST.[14] Monsanto had been working along the same lines and struck a deal with Genentech in 1979 to license Genentech's patents and collaborate on development of a recombinent version of BGH , a process on which Monsanto would invest $300 million.[2]

The two companies used genetic engineering to clone the rBST gene into E. Coli bacteria. The bacteria are grown , then broken and separated from the rBST, which is purified to produce the injectable hormone.
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This gets smellier and smellier the closer you look at it.

The latest news is that Dairy giants and Aspartame giants are lobbying
for permission to hide Aspartame in milk.

Have to wonder if there is some related significance to BGH dairy hormone and
Asspartame being made in the same factory, both using genetically modified E-Coli bacteria.

Audio:

Got disgust? Aspartame in dairy products with no warning label

April 10, 2013
This is the podcast about the Aspartame in dairy products issue. In this show you’ll hear from Sally Fallon Morell, Jane Hersey and Dr. Kendra Pearsall on the dairy industry’s attempt to hide chemical sweeteners in milk. You’ll learn about a sneaky additive that goes unmentioned on labels and hear about the deluge of complaints to the FDA that this proposal has inspired!

listen here:
http://media.blubrry.com/hartkeisonl..._2013_v3.1.mp3

related article:

Dairy industry sneaking aspartame into your milk

http://www.examiner.com/article/dairy-industry-sneaking-aspartame-into-your-milk

According to the Weston A. Price Foundation, the dairy industry has now petitioned the FDA to allow the addition of artificial sweetener to flavored milks served to school children - without disclosing it on the front of the label.
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