Doctor's Note

How common is fecal contamination of retail chicken? See Fecal Residues in Chicken, and for meat in general, my video Fecal Bacteria Survey. And for a discussion of other neurological conditions that may be linked to poultry consumption, see yesterday’s video. There's also a strain of E. coli in chicken that causes urinary tract infections: Chicken Out of UTIs. For hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects check out the word cloud.

Please be sure to check out my associated blog posts: Adding FDA-Approved Viruses to MeatGerson Therapy for Cancer?, and Bugs & Drugs in Pork: Yersinia and Ractopamine

  • Michael Greger M.D.

    How common is fecal contamination of retail chicken? See Fecal Residues in Chicken, and for meat in general, my video Fecal Bacteria Survey. And for a discussion of other neurological conditions that may be linked to poultry consumption, see yesterday’s video. There’s also a strain of E. coli in chicken that causes urinary tract infections: Chicken Out of UTIs. For hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects check out the word cloud.

  • RudyS

    According to “The Food Revolution” by John Robbins, anywhere from 70 to 90 percent of store bought chicken has traces of campylobacter.