Something about McDonald’s draws us towards the Golden Arches regularly, like a moth helpless in its quest to avoid the flame, for better or worse, most of us are lovin’ it.
Credit where it’s due: their food tastes amazing. So good, in fact, that we never stop to question what is it we’re actually eating. Good thing, too, for if you delve into the ingredients used in the famous McNuggets then you’ll throw up a little bit inside; it looks more like what you might find in Frankenstein’s lab, nowhere near something you might digest.
The team at Natural News Forensic Food Laboratory, wanted to conduct a little experiment on Ronald McDonald’s precious nuggets, so they walked into a Golden Arches branch in Austin, Texas and purchased a 10-piece.
They then examined the Chicken McNuggets under a digital microscope, expecting to see only processed chicken bits and a fried outer coating. But what they found shocked even me. I’ve seen a lot of weird food stuff in this job, but I never expected to see this.
As the photos show, the Chicken McNuggets were found to contain strange fibers that some people might say even resemble so-called “Morgellon’s.”
Dark black hair-like structures were found to be sticking out of the nugget mass, as well as light blue egg-shaped structures with attached hairs or fibers.
They also found odd red colouring splotches in several locations, as well as a spherical green object that resembles algae.
The scientists are not claiming that these objects make McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets unsafe to consume. They do, however, believe that this visual evidence may warrant an FDA investigation into the ingredient used in Chicken McNuggets.
Do they still look like golden, crispy bits of deliciousness? Or has this article given you second-thoughts on McNuggets? Lets us know with a comment.
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