Meat growth promoters decrease life expectancy, argue Russians
By Vladislav Vorotnikov, 28-Jan-2014
Consumption of meat containing growth promoters, such as ractopamine,
can lead to functional disturbances in the human body and cardiovascular
disease, according to the results of a recent study from Russian state
sanitary service Rospotrebnadzor. This, in turn, can lead to a reduction
in projected life expectancy, it added.