Mc Donald’s Deception
We cannot emphases enough to everyone to keep from eating fast food, or better yet avoid eating out all complete. Only eat out in case of emergency, and watch what you order. Keep in mind that the food industry is toxic; this is all you need to remember, meanwhile eat as much raw food as possible, make your own beverages at home, or just make smoothies from fresh fruits. Do not add any sweets, only some fresh water, that is all. And for those that are now learning, research all about genetically engineered food (GMO), as well as quimical like Aspartame, Fluoride, etc, etc.
The time is now to be responsible of what we ingest into our sacred temple (our body) because if we do not take that responsibility then our lives would be full of miseries like with depression, anxiety, premature aging, and all kinds of organs disorders that the end result would be premature death.
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A recent online petition circulated educating consumers of the dangers of a chemical used in Subway’s bread known as called Azodicarbonamide. The petition quickly gained tens of thousands of signatures and prompted the company to indicate that they would stop using the ingredient in their bread recipe. However, worry isn’t over since the same ingredient has been found in other fast-food chains like Mc Donald’s, Burger King, Chick-fil-A, Arby’s, Drunkin’ Donuts, Jack in the Box, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Wendy’s.
The ingredient is also found in many store-bought bread’s snacks, and a variety of frozen foods such as toaster strudels. Azodicarbonamide has been banned in Europe and other places over the potential health risks that it poses, and in 1999 a World Health Organization study found that it could induce asthma and other respiratory issues.
Some of the common sandwiches it was found in were the Egg McMuffin and Big Mac sandwich from Mc Donald’s, . Unfortunately, the ingredient is used within a variety of buns at numerous locations, making it difficult to avoid. McDonald’s was unapologetic and cited FDA approval when defending the usage of the yoga mat ingredient, a spokesperson for the corporation stated that the chemical was commonly used throughout the baked goods industry, and that it includes ‘some’ of the breads on the menu. This decision should come as little surprise, since half-legal and often carcinogenic ingredients are frequently included in products labeled “natural.”
A representative for Dunkin Donuts stated that they were using the chemical because they are evaluating its use as a dough conditioner in the products and “discussing the matter with suppliers”. It’s also found in a number of Hostess products, and other high processed foods.
A list of some products that contain it as an ingredient:
- McDonald’s: regular bun, bakery style bun, bagel and English muffin, Big Mac bun and sesame seed bun.
- Burger King: specialty buns, artisan-style bun, sesame seed bun, croissant, English muffin, home-style Caesar croutons and French toast sticks.
- Wendy’s: bagel, premium toasted bun, sandwich bun and panini bread
- Arby’s: croissant, French toast sticks, harvest wheat bun, honey wheat bread, marble rye bread, mini bun, onion bread and sesame seed bun
- Jack in the Box: bakery style bun, jumbo bun, croissant, grilled sourdough bread and regular bun
- Chick-fil-A: chargrilled chicken sandwich, chicken salad sandwich, and chargrilled chicken club sandwich
This is only a partial list since no exhaustive list exists for the use of any chemical on the market. Even with the aid of specially designed apps to figure out what’s in your food, buying organic or growing your own (choosing from urban homesteading, aquaponics, hydroponics, or underground greenhouses).