When I wrote this, many felt is extreme. Try to understand. It is not that casual. Random cases of cancer to kidney failure we see around, they are not random!
Personally, I will never suggest adharmic to stop eating factory-made food. It is waste of time. Instead, make sure, border-line dharmic minds are saved from toxic brainwash-led craze for factory food and antibiotics short-cuts.
The ugly factory farming of animals pump unlimited amount of antibiotics in your chicken for weight gain profit. Story does not end with heavier chickens. This antibiotics make your body vulnerable to Antibiotic resistant bacteria and can invite unforeseen bacterial infections. This is not just meat-eater issue. Due to feces of such animals (and their eaters) merge with soil, air and water, entire ecosystem around poultry farms is getting polluted. Making everyone’s lives miserable and sick.
I know many traditionally vegetarians now eat meat for the taste and status. Some idiot doctors prescribe it for nutrition! :O Think about it. Is it worth to promote factory farming by demanding more and more meat?
Read it and realize the danger. Save like-minded dharma-lover friends and family members from silent bombs.
Data shows link between certain antibiotics and kidney stones
The study team drew on electronic health records from the United Kingdom, covering 13 million adults and children seen by general practitioners in the Health Improvement Network between 1994 and 2015. The team analyzed prior antibiotic exposure for nearly 26,000 patients with kidney stones, compared to nearly 260,000 control subjects.
Meeting an Increasing Need
They found that five classes of oral antibiotics were associated with a diagnosis of kidney stone disease. The five classes were oral sulfas, cephalosporins, fluoroquinolones, nitrofurantoin, and broad-spectrum penicillins. After adjustments for age, sex, race, urinary tract infection, other medications and other medical conditions, patients who received sulfa drugs were more than twice as likely as those not exposed to antibiotics to have kidney stones; for broad-spectrum penicillins, the increased risk was 27 percent higher.