|The American Society For Microbiology recently published an article that human MRSA infections, which are now extremely common, originated in cows! MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) Staph aureus infections used to be easy to treat with beta-lactam antibiotics like Methicillin. Today, Methicillin no longer broadly treats these infections.|
Whereas many different strains of bacteria used to infect people, it now seems that Staph aureus has taken the lead, accounting for about 60% of all hospital infections today.
How do you suppose we got cow bacteria inside of our bodies? Do you think that eating beef, or drinking milk might have done it? Me, too… 100% of us have consumed cow in one way or another. Keep in mind that we not only consume cow parts and end up with cow bacteria, but we also consume the various hormones and antibiotics that the cows are fed or injected with. We’ve known about antibiotic residues in our meat and milk supply for decades. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/918925).