Mothers across the U.S. are growing increasingly concerned about the overuse of antibiotics in the meats they feed their children. Why? Currently, 80 percent of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are used by the meat and poultry industries to accelerate the growth (fatten) of most beef, chicken and pork sold in U.S. supermarkets. Public-health advocates argue this practice is believed to result in “superbugs,” bacteria resistant to one or more antibiotics, that can cause deadly diseases in humans.
Applegate Farms has put together this handy infographic to give “supermoms” the “superpowers” to keep “superbugs” out of their childrens’ diets.