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Eating at these fast food restaurants can damage your health

Do you eat at a chain restaurant?  Or have your kids buy school lunches?  Most chain restaurants rely on beef and chicken that were raised in concentrated animal feeding operations.  These places routinely use veterinary drugs.  Of 10 fast foods tested for these drugs, all but two tested positive.  Six of the ten ( Taco Bell, Dunkin, Wendy’s, Dominos, Burger King and McDonald’s) contained a veterinary drug called monensin which has not been approved for human use as it can cause severe harm.  Of 43 school lunches tested, 95% had high levels of glyphosate, a carcinogenic and endocrine disrupting weed killer.  100% of the school lunches tested contained heavy metals up to 6,293 times higher than the maximum allowed levels.

Dr J. Zimmerman, Chiropractor Dr. Zimmerman is a practicing chiropractor from Galloway, NJ with 30 years of chiropractic practice.

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