Having a fast food craving is a sign that something is going on in your organism. Even though this food is affordable and delicious, there are chances you intake crushed beetles or duck feathers when eating it. The following is a list of things found in fast food:
- Ammonium Sulfate
This fertilizer is known for killing bugs, but is also used in bread-making.
- Silicone Oil
Used to produce contact lenses and other medical supplies, this substance is also used in Chicken McNuggets.
It derives from human hair and duck feathers but it is also used in pastry making and bread softer.
Although the FDA has pre-approved it for consumption, McDonald’s has a practice to use this additive in many of its meals.
- Propylene Glycol
It is used in the cigarette industry and as an anti-freeze, it is found in food as well.
- Prescription Drugs
It was discovered at the Hopkins University that ducks are fed with prescription drugs so anytime you have a McChicken sandwich or a dish of McNuggets you are also consuming these drugs.
It is found in contact lenses, shampoo and conditioners, cosmetics, polishes, heat resistant tiles and in food as well.
- Carminic Acid
Synthesized by Cochineal beetles, this acid is used for giving food its color (particularly red meat).
It is found in most standard menu.
- Silicon Dioxide
Most fast food contains industrial sand.