Hungry For a Big Mac? You Won’t Be After You Read These 8 Dirty Facts

Are you hungry? Read this article before you go to your favorite fast food restaurant and before you order your usual toxically and prescription drug-ridden meal. Have you ever heard that you’re likely consuming crushed beetles and/or duck feathers together with your favorite fast food burger?

Here are some of the most harmful additives you’re consuming when you hit the drive-thru:

1. Ammonium Chloride

Dong Ming

Nothing helps mass-produce bread like ammonium chloride. Nothing kills bugs or fertilizers soil like ammonium chloride either. Ammonium chloride can be found in dry cell batteries and your shampoo, and also in McDonald’s burger buns.

2. Silicone Oil

Chicken McNuggets contain dimethylpolysiloxane, a silicone oil used for making contact lenses and other medical items.

3. Cysteine-L

Many famous fast food restaurants use Cysteine-L, an amino acid synthesized from duck feathers or human hair, to soften their pastries and bread.

4. Propylene Glycol

A chemical compound, propylene glycol, can be found in e-cigarettes and anti-freeze. Fast food? McDonald’s uses propylene glycol in numerous dressings and sauces including famous Big Mac sauce and Ranch salad dressing.

5. Prescription Drugs

By testing feathers, Johns Hopkins University revealed some very interesting characteristics of factory-farm-raised poultry. Antidepressants and some other prescription drugs are added to chicken feed for fast food poultry items. Yes, those McChicken sandwiches and McNuggets come from chickens that were raised on a steady diet of prescription and even some banned drugs.

6. Dimethylpolysiloxane

It is usually found in almost any fried fast food menu item and also in heat resistant tiles, polishes, cosmetics, conditioners and shampoos, caulking, contact lens, silly putty, and the list goes on. McDonald’s uses it in their French fries, oils, hash browns, and even some fountain drinks.

7. Cellulose

Yes, you can find this organic compound, which is produced from wood pulp, in almost every fast food menu item. McDonald’s uses it in their eggs, chicken, feta cheese, Filet-O-Fish, and tortilla wraps.

8. Silicon Dioxide

This industrial sand is actually always used in things like Wendy’s chili. Industrial sand? McDonald’s uses silicon dioxide in their hot chocolate, eggs, chicken patties, and chicken strips.

Cooking your own food is the best option for all of us. If you can’t afford it, just learn how to grow your own organic produce.

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