You’ll Never Eat McDonald’s Again After You Read These Horrifying Facts

Before heading to your favorite fast food restaurant and order your usual chemical and prescription drug-ridden meal think twice as you may have not known that you are eating crushed beetles or duck feathers with your burger.

Shocking Facts About McDonald's

These are the most disgusting additives in such foods:

Pink slime – McNuggets is not actually chicken, but it is a pink slime which is a mixture of bones and chicken carcass, chicken parts that you won’t normally eat. Moreover, pink slime contains ammonia to kill bacteria, and a small amount of petroleum.

Duck feathers – it hasn’t been proven that McDonald’s products contain duck feathers, but the Baked Hot Apple Pie’s products do have them, or at least an ingredient derived from such.

Soil fertilizer (ammonium sulfate) – it is sold by chemical companies to food manufacturers as yeast food for bread which is also listed as the ingredient in their bakery products.

Wood (cellulose) – it is used in everything for thickening and stabilizing foods, replacing fats and boost fiber contents.

Petroleum-derived preservatives (TBHQ) – it is made from compounds derived from petroleum and is used in processed foods. Fruit and Walnut salads, Griddle Cakes, McNuggets and many more are homes of such preservatives.

Silly Putty plastic – to make a stretchy toy, companies use a form of silicone named dimethylpolysiloxane which is also used to keep fryer oil from foaming and as such, you will be able to find it in McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish and fries, or anything that is deep-fried in fast food restaurants.

Fast food restaurants do not only make disgusting foods, but they are making a lot of money through that. Just 40 years ago, there have been $6 billion spent on fast food, but today that number has increased up to $200 billion. So, think twice before consuming any pink slime, duck feathers, or ammonia.

Source: naturalmedicinehouse

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