FAKE FOOD .... LAB MADE BREAST MILK AND LAB MADE MEAT
Technologies are tools and they need to be assessed on ethical, social and ecological criteria as well as in the context of contributing to the wellbeing of all.
The Biodiversity of the soil, of the plants and our gut microbiome is one continuum. Today, most people are now aware that what you eat directly affects the state of
your health. As countless studies have shown, industrial chemical-based food is a major contributor to ill health and a root cause of disease. Despite this, rather than shifting to ecological food and agriculture - which
works in alignment with the laws of nature and the ecology of our bodies, Big Tech
and the billionaires, with Bill Gates leading the way, are now investing in hyperindustrial food developed in laboratories, beginning with breast milk.
Our first food is milk from the breast. Breast feeding is a living relationship, it
is an ecological, biological activity, which deepens the bond between the mother
and baby. Breast milk contains all the nutrients for neural development and creates
immunity to many diseases. Nutrients and antibodies are passed to the baby, while
hormones are released into the mother's body2.
Breast milk is not a product which can be substituted with industrial products,
artificially made in factories and laboratories.
Artificially created milk lacks the many natural benefits found in breast milk.
UNICEF estimates that a formula-fed child living in disease-ridden and unhygienic
conditions is between 6 and 25 times more likely to die of diarrhea and four times
more likely to die of pneumonia than a breastfed child3.
The mechanized and industrialized vision of society promoted by big
business and the industrial Baby Food industry has erodeded the culture of breast
feeding, particularly in the western world. The International Breast Feeding Action
Network4 was created primarily aimed at Nestle, the world’s leading producer of
food for infants.