The Chicken Evolution

Do you know…….?

Beautiful pleasure_chicken evolutionPicture taken from Arie Fasha

How long does it take a chicken to become full grown?

According to WikiAnswer,
Typically, most breeds of chickens mature at about 6 months of age. This is when their bone structure has reached ‘adult’ proportions, and when hens begin to lay eggs. However, they will continue to put on weight and fill out until close to 18 months.
Broiler chickens have been bred specifically for fast growth and weight gain to supply the food market. These chickens will reach a target of five pounds in an average of 45 days. This practice has caused some concern over the sustainability of the breed, however, as due to the rapid weight gain (up to 100 grams per day, which is over five times that of a normal chicken), they are often unable to walk well, and often suffer fatal heart attacks during the period of most rapid growth.

Can you imagine the amount of hormones and anti-biotics being injected to the chickens for it to reach the sellable size within a short span of time?

Seeing is believing…

Purification process of 1 whole chicken using the BIOZone Food Purifier

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Look at the chain of toxic and contaminants that has been extracted out via the ozone purification process… This chain will not melt when burnt.  In fact it will further harden like burnt rubber.  Can you imagine these contaminants in our body due to eating unpurified chickens, meat, seafood, vegetables and fruits?

After knowing this fact, do you have the heart to serve your family the unpurified food, filled with toxic and contaminants?

Invest for your family’s health.  Invest for your family’s future.

Get BIOZone Food Purifier now.

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Call me for a free demo and product inquiry.

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