Food for thought but not for eating: ‘plant-based meat’
There seems to be no end to the production of designer “plant-based meat” — the so-called “alternative proteins” that eliminate animals from the equation by substituting brain-damaging amino acids.
Imagine Meats appears to be the newest brand. It is said to have been created by Bollywood celebrity couple Riteish and Genelia Deshmukh, and just launched in Mumbai. According to the trade publication Food Ingredients First, the partnership also includes the U.S. company — and king of fake proteins — Archer Daniels Midland.
As typical of other “plant-based meat” products, they tout pea protein as their miracle ingredient, without telling what it is.
So just what is pea protein? Pea protein is an amino acid stew made of hydrolyzed peas, manufactured in food processing plants. And although there will be some differences in individual products, each and every man-made/manufactured hydrolyzed pea protein ingredient will contain the three potentially toxic amino acids: aspartic acid, L-cysteine, and glutamic acid. You can read more about pea protein at https://www.truthinlabeling.org/blog/2019/08/26/hydrolyzed-pea-protein/
Below is a screenshot of an ADM Twitter post showing its pea protein plant in Enderlin, North Dakota.
Coming Thursday is the sixth Line of Evidence that leads inevitably to the conclusion that manufactured free glutamate (MfG), such as that found in hydrolyzed proteins and monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a well-disguised poison — a poison that may well be hidden in your very own pantry.
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