MacDonald's Food is Anything But
When you eat a MacDonald's hamburger, you are not eating food.
MacDonald's, over the course of its long and sordid history, has contributed mightily to the exponential rise in American obesity, diabetes, cancer, and many other afflictions. Its Big Macs, Quarter Pounders, Hamburgers, Fish Filets and almost all of its other myriad offerings, including french fries, are overwhelmingly loaded with all sorts of chemicals, all of which are bad if not deadly to your health and well being.
It certainly isn't food
When Sally Davies went to MacDonald's and purchased a Happy Meal, she took it home, not to eat it - God forbid! - but to place it on a table to see how long it would last before it started to decompose. She waited, and waited, and waited, and nothing happened. no decay whatsoever. Five months later, the paper the burger was wrapped in revealed advanced signs of decomposition, but the burger and fries looked like they had when they first came off the grill.
John Foley has been saving MacDonald's hamburgers, cheeseburgers and Big Macs for over nineteen years, with none of the items showing the least signs of decay. We can only conclude that MacDonald's manufactures its foods to last forever.
The chemical content
So, it has now been irrefutably proven that MacDonald's burgers are virually all chemicals and contain almost no real food. MacDonald's claims it has ceased using "select lean beef trimmings" (pink slime), but the company refuses to offer any proof.
What is in their burgers are a long list of chemicals, most of them carcinogenic. Here are just four of the most common, but there are scores more:
A question for you, mom and dad: Still want to take your kids to MacDonald's for dinner this evening?
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