Sunday, March 17, 2013

Aborted Baby Parts Used For Food

Most big fat gluttons will eat anything so long as it tastes yummy but should be be eating human baby parts no matter how good they taste? This is a dilemma as well as an ethical question for today's greedy gluttons. We at BFP are calling for a boycott of foods containing baby parts. We may be greedy gormandizing gluttons but were ARE NOT cannibals!

We at Bigger Fatter Politics are pro choice and pro abortion when a fat girl gets knocked up because fat girls are bad mothers but this is something very different.  There are people who are pro-life and we respect their views so it is not fair to them to surreptitiously put aborted baby parts into food. We are also against it because we are not cannibals and we are not a society cannibals.

When there are perplexing issues that need to be discussed I call on my experts. For instance, when there are things of a scientific nature I call upon Dr. Gerald Teddy Bear. When it comes to spiritual matters I consult with Rev. BLA. When it comes to relationship matters I consult with our Internet reporters Belly Boy and Rotunda Hindenburg but when it comes to matters of food there is no one greater expert than the Chef. For those of you unfamiliar with the chef, the chef is a big man with a big appetite at his own words, "ain't Makin no apologies for it". This chef will tell you that he's a good man and a godly man. In addition to that the Chef is a great chef and a very educated chef. The chef is a proud man of color as well as being a colorful man. The chef's curriculum vitae is impressive. The Chef holds several degrees in culinary arts and culinary nutrition from the prestigious Johnson and Wales cooking school.

To a man like The Chef, that only his human life sacred but food is sacred. The Chef will tell you the cheffin an art. Any good chef will tell you that. The Chef is offended by artificial flavor enhancers to begin with but when the chef found out that aborted baby parts are being used in our food supply he became livid. The Chef rarely becomes perterbed let alone livid as he is a lover not a fighter.

The Chef's perspective on this issue was as fresh as the foods he uses to create his masterpieces of flavor. This is about more than abortion. This is about food rights. This is about the right to have clean and safe food. The chef will tell you that cheffin ain't easy. Two chefs and foodies alike flavor additives are sacrilege. No self-respecting chef would use artificial additives in food and no self-respecting foodie would eat food containing artificial flavor enhancement.

The Chef has also brought some historical perspective to this. Baby eating goes back to Biblical times ( Psalm 137:9. Verses 8 and 9 together state, "O daughter of Babylon, who art to be destroyed; happy shall he be, that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us. Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.") and also to recent history. Chocolate babies used to be called Nigger babies and people ate them.

Please take the time to read the following article by our dear friend Dr. Joseph Mercola. Dr. Mercola is one of the few remaining watchdogs of our health so I would encourage the readers of Bigger Fatter Politics to subscribe to Dr. Mercola's free newsletters so that they can be informed about today's corporate food and corporate medical gangsters.

The Flavorists. Morley Safer reports on the multibillion dollar flavor industry, whose scientists create natural and artificial flavorings that make your mouth water and keep you coming back for more. For transcript, see CBSNews.com1

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By Dr. Mercola
For several years anti-abortion advocates have been warning that a new technology for enhancing flavors such as sweetness and saltiness uses aborted fetal cells in the process.
The biotech company using this novel process, Senomyx, has signed contracts with Pepsi, Ajinomoto Co. (the maker of aspartame and meat glue), Nestlé and other food and beverage companies2 over the past several years.3

The primary goal for many of these processed food companies is to make foods and beverages tasty while reducing sugar and salt content.
While Senomyx refuses to disclose the details of the process, its patent applications indicate that part of the secret indeed involves the use of human kidney cells, known as HEK293, originating from an aborted baby.
It’s worth noting that no kidney cells, or part thereof, are actually IN the finished product.4 Rather they’re part of the process used to discern new flavors, which will be discussed below.

That said, to many, this is still “over the line.” Two years ago, anti-abortion groups launched boycott campaigns against Pepsi Co., urging them to reconsider using flavorings derived from a process involving the use of aborted embryonic kidney cells.
Whatever your personal convictions might be on the issue of using biological material from an aborted fetus, the issue of whether or not biotech-constructed flavor enhancers are safe or not remains...

Biotech Cooks Up New Flavors

Senomyx5 is a high tech research and development business that is "dedicated to finding new flavors to reduce sugars and reduce salt." These include new flavors such as Savory Flavors and Cooling Flavors, as well as flavor modulators such as Bitter Blockers and enhancers of Sweet and Salt tastes.6
Senomyx is also engaged in a new effort to discover and develop high-potency sweeteners to replace high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, and natural herb sweeteners like Stevia, which some people object to due to its aftertaste.
To accomplish this, Senomyx has developed patented “flavor enhancing” compounds using "proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems." It’s a taste testing system that provides scientists with biochemical responses and electronic readouts when a flavor ingredient interacts with their patented receptor, letting researchers know whether or not they’ve “hit the mark” in terms of flavor. As described by Senomyx:7
“Flavors are substances that impart tastes or aromas... Individuals experience the sensation of taste when flavors in food and beverage products interact with taste receptors in the mouth. A taste receptor functions either by physically binding to a flavor ingredient in a process analogous to the way a key fits into a lock or by acting as a channel to allow ions to flow directly into a taste cell.
As a result of these interactions, signals are sent to the brain where a specific taste sensation is registered. There are currently five recognized primary senses of taste: umami, which is the savory taste of glutamate, sweet, salt, bitter and sour.
Senomyx has discovered or in-licensed many of the key receptors that mediate taste in humans. We created proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems that provide a biochemical or electronic readout when a flavor ingredient interacts with the receptor.”
According to an article in The New Yorker8 published in May 2011, Pepsi’s New York plant has a robot fitted with human taste buds to reliably “predict” what humans might like. To create this robotic taste tester, Pepsi Co. scientists injected the genetic sequences of the four known taste receptors into cultured cells, and then hardwired the cells to the robot’s computer. The robot (which has replaced human taste testers for the initial taste trials) can sample some 40,000 flavor assays per day.

What are These Genetically Engineered 'Flavor Enhancers,' and are They Safe?

According to a CBS News report from June 2011, 70 out of 77 Senomyx patents9, 10 filed at that time referred to the use of HEK 293.11 These are human embryonic kidney cells originally harvested from a healthy, electively aborted fetus sometime in the 1970’s. The “HEK” identifies the cells as kidney cells, and the “293” denotes that the cells came from the 293rd experiment.

These cells have been cloned for decades, as they offer a reliable way to produce new proteins using genetic engineering. Senomyx has engineered HEK293 cells to function like human taste receptor cells,12 presumably such as those used in Pepsi Co’s taste-testing robot. This was done by isolating taste receptors found in certain cells, and adding them to the HEK cells.

HEK cells are also widely used within pharmaceutical and cell biology research for the same or similar reasons. It is however the first time HEK cells have been used in the food industry, which carries a certain “ick” factor for many. There’s also the issue of just not knowing how these new flavors are created. As stated in another CBS news report:13
So what exactly is this magic ingredient that will be appearing in a new version of Pepsi, and how is it made? Unfortunately, those questions are hard to answer. Senomyx... refers to them only as 'enhancers' or 'ingredients'... The products work by triggering receptors on the tongue and tricking your taste buds into sensing sweetness — or saltiness or coolness, in the case of the company's other programs...
So are Senomyx's covert ingredients safe? That, too, is anyone's guess... many of its enhancers have 'been granted' GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status, but all that means is that the company did its own assessment and then concluded everything was fine. We don't know whether Senomyx did any testing since the company isn't required to submit anything to the FDA.14
There's no reason to think that Senomyx's products will cause harm, but until or unless Pepsi decides to share details about how exactly it's achieving a 60 percent reduction in sugar while keeping the taste the same, customers will be drinking their 'scientifically advantaged' sodas completely in the dark.”
The lack of labeling requirements is particularly troublesome and will probably become an issue in the future. Since these compounds (whatever they are) are used in such minute quantities, they don’t have to be listed on the label. They’ll simply fall under the generic category of artificial and/or natural flavors. What this means is that the product will appear to be much “healthier” than it might otherwise be, were a flavor enhancer not used.

According to a 2010 CBS report,15 Senomyx’s flavor enhancers were already being sold outside the US at that time. For example, Nestle was by 2010 using an MSG flavor enhancer in its Maggi brand soups, sauces, condiments and instant noodles, and

Ajinomoto was also using a similar ingredient in products for the Chinese market. This means less of the artificial sweetener is needed to create the same sweet taste as before, but while one could argue that this is a good thing, I suspect we will ultimately learn that this flavor enhancement method has multiple unforeseen adverse consequences — metabolically, and biologically.
Read more about how corporate food gangsters are feeding us aborted babies!

Read how Pepsi stops using aborted baby parts in its products!



  1. Well,it looks like I'm the first to post a comment here.


    I'm not going to eat ice cream anymore because last year I read in an article from AlterNet that some of the flavor enhancers are made from beaver anuses!


    Now,I find out that parts of aborted fetuses are being used in some of our foods!


    That's why I do my own cooking at home. I use natural herbs and spices in my home made beef stew and chicken soup.

    Looks like I'm going to have to make my own ice cream from now on.

    Actually, it more fun to make your own stuff.

    Yeah! I'm a glutton, but I like eating healthy foods instead of all that commercialized crap!

    Teddy Bear

  2. This is disturbing on so many levels.

    They even put baby tissue in vaccines!

    The Chef and Dr Mercola got it right. Our food supply is very dangerous. Corporate food is deadly!

  3. I made some bacon ice cream a few weeks ago and it was delicious.

    Here's a tip for all of you newbie gluttons out there who are struggling with ice cream. Hint: use Grade B maple syrup on it instead of chocolate syrup. It really makes the flavors sing!! Also caramel sauce is often superior to chocolate syrup.

    Not all brands use fetuses in their ice cream, make sure to look on the carton first. I think the full fat versions are likely to be safer and only have the steroids that they feed to cows, same as with the milk you buy. To be really safe you need your own cow, and to drink unpasteurized fresh milk as I do, which is worlds better tasting than the garbage they sell at supermarkets. Same with eggs.

    BELLY BOY, out

  4. Once again Belly Boy you are the voice of reason. Leave it to you to turn lemons into a great big calorie laden lemon meringue pie.

    It's about time somebody came up with bacon ice cream. Gluttons love sweet and gluttons love savory and when you combine the two whole is greater than the sum of the parts. I hope that you patent this idea. While I love IHOP I really don't want to see them stealing your idea.

    This is probably the most ingenious food invention the world of the same. Combining sweet and savory is not new but turning into an ice cream could be a greater invention than the wheel or fire. Bacon ice cream with maple syrup and caramel syrup served over deep-fried French toast ala mode or waffles a;a mode or pancakes ala mode is almost too much to comprehend. That combination could turn a 60 pound anorexic girl into a 400 pound glutton. That sounds so good that I don't care if it's made with aborted babies and dog poop.

    Boom shakka Lakka bacon ice cream
    Boom shakka Lakka it's a fat boy's dream
    Boom Shaka LAKKA caramel maple syrup
    Eat gobble gobble slurp slurp slurp

    I just had a foodgasm!

  5. A a confused pensive oink


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