Today is a good day. And now you probably wonder why?
Well, because McDonalds finally admits there in their burgers. I really think we have rumors about McDonald puts nasty things in their food all heard, and many of us (myself included) that’s true! From the pink slime to mechanically separated meat, fast food restaurant is finally admitting that what is really in their food, after mounting skepticism continues to rise.
And, in order to fight its critics, the fast food chain has launched a public relations campaign called “Our food. Your questions.” To give customers an unprecedented view exactly how their food is made. While the company denies using “pink slime” in its burgers, there are some other questionable ingredients that will make you move your head. You can take this for example -. The company admits that the use of azodicarbonamide chemical additive in their buns, which is the same substance found in yoga mats
Note: he was “surprised” when he learns the company insists that the addition of rubber for food is quite safe:
“There are many uses for azodicarbonamide, including some non-food items such as yoga mats products Como. result, some people have suggested food containing rubber or plastic, or that the ingredient is not safe just is not the case Think of salt.. salt is used in food at home is a variation of the salt can be used to defrost your sidewalk the same is true of ADA -.. it can be used in different ways “
should also know that the company admits that the use of dimethyl polysiloxane in their food, which is used as an agent anti-foaming in your McNugget oil.But frying, you’ll be surprised when you learn that their burgers are “100% meat.” His chief brand manager insists that customers should “not judge us before we met.”
And I really think that if anyone saw “Super-Size Me” knows that the number of this type of “food” can have on your health. And, could you do me a small favor – just take a look the next time you enter McDonald, and see what I’m talking about. While they say these yoga-mat rolls are safe for consumption, I think I’ll stick with eating whole foods.