Study: Lab-grown meat causes cancer in humans

Study: Lab-grown meat causes cancer in humans

Synthetic meat has been heavily promoted by Bill Gates and the WEF globalist elite as a solution to so-called climate change. However, this same food has now been shown to cause cancer due to the immortalized cell lines used to produce it.

Raw Egg Nationalist (REN) shed light on this issue in a February 17 article for the National Pulse with a link to a Bloomberg article ( -by-the-bucket-load-lab-grown-meats-impending-cancer-problem/) about it. In a Feb. 7 article, Bloomberg contributor Joe Fassler explained why artificial meat manufacturers use immortalized cell lines for their products.

“Normal meat cells cannot divide forever. In order to get cell cultures to grow at a rate sufficient to sustain business, several companies are discreetly using so-called immortalized cells, something that most people would never intentionally eat,” Fassler wrote.

Fassler noted that they are technically precancerous and can sometimes be completely cancerous.

Fassler pointed out that the immortalized cells in these foods could multiply indefinitely if placed in the right conditions. Which essentially means they are cancer. Industry representatives are “confident” that the use of such products does not pose a danger.

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All evidence suggests that the most prominent manufacturers of these new products, including the Big Three startups Believer Meat, Eat Just and Upside Foods, are doing their best to avoid public discussion of this issue.

Interestingly, in 2021, Leonardo DiCaprio bought an unspecified stake in two lab-grown meat companies, Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms, following an earlier investment in Beyond Meat.

In a press release accompanying his recent investment, DiCaprio said: “One of the most effective ways to combat the climate crisis is to transform our food system. Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms offer new ways to meet the global demand for beef while addressing some of the most pressing challenges of modern industrial beef production.”

These companies like to emphasize that their products are actually meat, and choose different names to describe them, such as “cultured meat” or “meat grown in cages.”

Science Focus explains synthetic meat (, also called lab-grown, cultured meat meat, in vitro meat, synthetic meat, which is produced by growing muscle cells in nutritious whey and converting them into muscle fibers. Just as cells in your body grow to create or regenerate your body, cells can be grown in a laboratory to produce meat.

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Stem cells are taken from animals, which can turn into various muscle cells.

Theoretically, just one cell can be used to grow an infinite amount of meat. When fed with nutrient-rich whey, the cells turn into muscle cells and multiply, doubling their numbers approximately every few days.

More simple animal products, such as artificial milk or chicken-free egg whites, can be created using yeast that has been genetically engineered to produce the proteins found in milk or eggs, which are then extracted and blended in the right amounts.

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