One of the most recent hip new fads in the food industry is the idea of meatless “meat.” These are typically for the people who can not stand the idea of God gifting us the animals of the earth and decide they would rather eat some other lab-grown alternative.
Diet Coke is a prime example of this. Aspartame, which is now a known carcinogen, was one of the first sugar substitutes. So instead of people killing themselves with heart disease or diabetes, they willingly kill themselves with cancer.
Burger King has now introduced the “Impossible Burger.” Did you know that these burgers contain an astronomical amount of estrogen? That’s something they don’t tell you in the ad. The burger’s main ingredient is soy. Men who consume too much soy can literally start growing breasts. The impossible burger contains even more estrogen than soy.
A doctor recently broke down the ingredients and the makeup of the burgers.
The impossible whopper has 25 grams of protein. The whopper has 28 grams. Seems pretty equal, only 11% less protein in the impossible whopper. However, not all proteins are created equal. There are 20 amino acids. Nine of which are essential, meaning your body cannot make them so they are required in the diet. Each of those essential amino acids must meet a certain level to make a complete protein profile. If any essential amino acid does not hit the required amount, it is said to be rate-limiting. As an analogy, picture nine chains connected in a line. All of the chains need to lift 100 pounds to carry the load. If one chain can only support 50 pounds, it doesn’t matter how much the others can support. The 50-pound chain is the rate-limiting chain.