Resurge by John Barban – My Honest Review Plus Testimonials, Side Effects, and Ingredients

Hello, welcome to my honest review of the Resurge supplement.

I use health supplements and I buy a few regularly because I don’t want to leave my health to chance.

So you can imagine why I am keen on health products.

Also, maybe the little idea I have about how our body works and how its components are nurtured by nutrients fascinated me from my knowledge of elementary biochemistry.

Normally, many people are inactive because of the nature of jobs that require sitting long hours.

After working long hours, many don’t have enough time to exercise. These conditions go on to affect our hormonal balance and the normal biological processes in our bodies.

Sedentary lifestyle plus junk foods makes a very bad combination for our health.

Also, with the stay-at-home season in most countries of the world due to the coronavirus disease outbreak, it is wise for us to watch out for excess weight gain.

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You Say Potato, I Say GMO

Earlier last month, the USDA approved a GMO potato, the first of its kind in over 20 years.

This techy-tuber, called Innate and developed by the J.R. Simplot Co., has been designed to develop less acrylamide (a suspected carcinogen) when deep-fried and to resist bruising and browning.

It debuts a new era of GMOs that “aim to provide benefits to consumers, not just to farmers as the widely grown biotech crops like herbicide-tolerant soybeans and corn do…” according to Andrew Pollack of the New York Times.

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Prominent Purveyors Purge Preventative Antibiotics for Poultry

The fight to rid our food system of unnecessary antibiotics took a step forward last week with McDonald’s and Costco announcing they would both rid their chicken supplies of antibiotics commonly used for humans.

For years now, groups like the Pew Charitable Trust, the Union of Concerned Scientists as well as concerned congressmen and women have been working to limit the use of antibiotics in livestock due to antibiotic resistance.

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Are Antibiotics in Meat on the Decline?

It has been a mixed week of gains and setbacks in the meat industry for getting a handle on the issue of antibiotics in livestock.

It seems that public awareness of the dangers of pre-emptive antibiotics in livestock is growing, and it may just be a matter of time before policies change for the better.

In an attempt at a policy change for the better, the California Assembly approved SB 835, a bill that would limit the use of antibiotics.

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Are Antibiotics Being Used Less In Agriculture? Shockingly…NO

“Antibiotic-free” trumpet a good number of labels in our market’s dairy aisles, egg section, and meat department.

Yes, we’ve heard a lot of good news about the reduction of antibiotic use lately.

Consumer awareness of the dangers of pre-emptive “medically important antibiotics” (those used in humans)  being used on livestock has prompted a number of major livestock players and retailers to issue statements on how they’ve reduced antibiotics throughout their supply chains.

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