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Mad Cow Now "Officially" Reported in U.S.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported at least one confirmed case of the deadly mad cow disease was found in an animal in Washington state. Scientists believe humans can be infected with the brain-wasting disease by eating diseased meat. The U.S. beef industry, the world's second-biggest exporter of the meat, may now face billions of dollars in losses as Japan and at least six other countries halted imports. Mad cow disease, also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), is being widely touted in the media as previously not found in the United States. However, over three months ago I posted the first case of mad cow disease in the United States. He was actually a patient of Bill Wolcott, the author of Metabolic Typing, and Dr. Klinghardt, one of my mentors who teaches a very sophisticated form of muscle testing.

Many are unaware that the majority of Mad Cow Disease is due to exposure to organophosphate insectides. However, this further reinforces the need to eat healthy meats. You can obtain them locally less expensively by finding non-factory farmers who feed their cattle grass. If you are unable to do that, we have sources where grass-fed beef can be shipped to you.

USA Today December 24, 2003

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