Walmart Pork Found To Have "Superbug" Bacteria Resistant To Antibiotics | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Walmart Pork Found To Have "Superbug" Bacteria Resistant To Antibiotics

A new study published by animal-welfare group World Animal Protection has arrived at some stunning findings about pork products begin sold at Walmart.

The report , published by FoodDive, found that pork samples purchased from Walmart contained "superbug" antibiotic-resistant bacteria. 80% of samples tested from Mid-Atlantic Walmart stores were resistant to at least one antibiotic. Additionally, 37% of the bacteria in the Walmart samples were resistant to three or more classes of antibiotics.

In sum, about 27% of the resistant bacteria found on Walmart’s pork were resistant to classes categorized as Highest Priority Critically Important Antimicrobials by the World Health Organization.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF you have purchased any pork from Walmart, and have already eaten it, you may want to go to your doctor to have some tests done, and if the antibiotic-resistant bug is found, that doctor needs to be very careful about how they are treating you for this.

IF your doctor is a practitioner of what is called "complementary Medicine", which includes holistic approaches involving nutrition and supplements, you may stand a better chance of recovering from this infection.

Knowledge is power; the right use of the power of knowledge is wisdom

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