viernes, 13 de marzo de 2009
From Wikipedia - Chinese protein export contamination refers to the contamination of several food and feed ingredients with inexpensive melamine and other compounds such as cyanuric acid. These ingredients can be used to inflate the apparent protein content of the product, so that inexpensive ingredients can pass for more expensive, concentrated vegetable proteins. Melamine by itself is not very toxic to animals or humans, but the combination of melamine and cyanuric acid has been implicated in kidney failure. Reports that cyanuric acid may be an independently and potentially widely-used adulterant in China have heightened concerns for both pet and human health. Chinese protein export contamination was first identified after the wide recall of many brands of cat and dog food starting in March 2007 (the 2007 pet food recalls). The recalls in North America, Europe and South Africa came in response to reports of kidney failure in pets. Several Chinese companies sold products claimed to be wheat gluten, rice protein or corn gluten, but which proved to be wheat flour adulterated with melamine, cyanuric acid, and other contaminants. The Chinese government was slow to respond, denying that vegetable protein was exported from China and refusing to allow foreign food safety investigators to enter the country. Ultimately, the Chinese government acknowledged that contamination had occurred and arrested the managers of two protein manufacturers identified so far and took other measures to improve food safety and product quality. Reports of widespread adulteration of Chinese animal feed with melamine have raised the issue of melamine contamination in the human food supply both in China and abroad. On 27 April 2007, US FDA subjected all vegetable proteins imported from China, intended for human or animal consumption, to detention without physical examination, including: Wheat Gluten, Rice Gluten, Rice Protein, Rice Protein Concentrate, Corn Gluten, Corn Gluten Meal, Corn By-Products, Soy Protein, Soy Gluten, Proteins (includes amino acids and protein hydrosylates) , and Mung Bean Protein. In a teleconference with reporters on 1 May, officials from the FDA and U.S. Department of Agriculture said that between 2.5 and 3 million people in the United States had consumed chickens that had consumed feed containing contaminated vegetable protein from China. Reports that melamine has been added as a binder in animal feed manufactured in North America also raise the possibility that harmful melamine contamination might not be limited to China. In September 2008, Sanlu Group had to recall baby formula because it was contaminated with melamine. Around 294,000 babies became ill after drinking the milk; at least six babies died. In October, 2008, shops in Britain recalled chocolate erotic spreads from Chinese manufacturer "Le Bang" due to melamine contamination in excess of 100x the legal limit. 
Atenta para cualquier dolor o desconfort pélvico o abdominal, suaves pero persistentes, problemas gastrointestinales como gases, náuseas e indigestiones; Ganas de orinar frecuente y/o urgente, sin tener alguna infección; Pérdida u/o ganancia de peso inexplicable; Pelvis o abdomen hinchados, entumecidos y/o con sensación de llenura, cansancio anormal, o cambios inexplicables de sus hábitos intestinales. Se esos sintomas persisten por mas de dos semanas, pida a su médico una combinación de exámenes pélvico/rectal, de sangue CA-125 y ultrasonido transvaginal. El examen de Papanicolau NO detecta cáncer de ovario.
Ese Judas de Jesús antes de morir añade su testimonio sobre la inocencia de Jesús. Confiesa su pecado pero desespera del perdón. Nada cambia, desafortunadamente, en el espíritu humano mientras hayan judas gobernando; seremos traidores por elegirlos. “Todo individuo tiene derecho a la libertad de opinión y expresión; este derecho incluye el de no ser molestado a causa de sus opiniones, el de investigar y recibir informaciones y opiniones y el de difundirlas, sin limitación de fronteras, por cualquier medio de expresión”. (Art.19 de la Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos). Afectuosamente. Desempleado.