‘Impossible Whopper’ Contains 44mg of Estrogen (Enjoy Your ManBoobs)
A South Dakota Veterinarian Says Eating Enough of the Plant-Based Burgers Could Make Men Grow Breasts. Transgender Medical Practices Suggest He’s Right.
What a shock. Going meatless could cost you your manhood. Literally. The new plant based “Impossible” Whopper at Burger King contains 44 milligrams of estrogen. That’s 18-million times more estrogen than a beef burger. And ten times more estrogen than the typical, 2-4 milligrams of estrogen that a “transgender” woman takes each day to maintain her sex switch from male to female.
In a report in Tri-State Livestock News, Dr. James Stangle of South Dakota rails against the alternative burger, made by Impossible Foods, and its use of soy protein as a main ingredient.
Stangle compares the soy-based Impossible Whopper to the beef Whopper, claiming that the plant-based version has 44 milligrams of estrogen while the original only contains 2.5 nanograms.
‘Now let me refresh your metric system. There are 1 million nanograms (ng) in one milligram (mg). That means an impossible whopper has 18 million times as much estrogen as a regular whopper,’ he writes.
Burger King and mainstream outlets are in full-on damage control for the trendy plant based craze that idiots and scientifically stunted tree huggers in the AOC set believe is safer for the planet than raising cows. One spin control outlet is claiming that soy products can and should be eaten in moderation.
But math is math. And if maintaining a lean, masculine physique is on your to-do list, personal trainers and sports dietitians are the very first to submit that alpha males and developing male athletes should steer clear of soy and soy-based proteins which override testosterone and blunt the body’s ability to build optimum levels of lean muscle mass.
Dr. Barbara Deutsch of the University of California-San Francisco, a specialist in transgender medicine and creating dosing regimens to transition men into feminized versions of men has published extensive directives regarding the optimum introduction of estrogen into a male body for the presentation of feminized physical traits. She offers guidelines of 2-4 mg of oral estrogen per day for transitioning patients and a maximum dose of 8 milligrams daily, roughly one sixth of the amount contained in Burger King’s ‘Impossible’ Whopper.
But again, it’s just math. And math….of course, is racist.