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Originally posted by Taissa
I'm sending all of this information to my boyfriend, who eats Mc Donalds at least once a week. I bet these pictures will put an end to that. I've been telling him to keep away from Mc D's for years now. Their food is a chemical cocktail. Many years ago I stopped eating it when it would give me bad stomach cramps and odd pains in my arms and legs.
Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by beckybecky
Thanks for the link OP. The fibres do look similar to those found in morganella disease. I really hope this is not the case.. sf)
Originally posted by beckybecky
Some Chicken McNugget have been put under a microscope and some photos taken.Strange and very odd things have been found.
Could some of you analyze the photos and tell us what this could be?
Ascites In Meat-Type Chickens Caused By Right Heart Failure
Originally posted by ItCameFromOuterSpace
reply to post by Akragon
Super Size Me was a hoax.
Originally posted by jazztrance
DUDE, that's Morgellons, look it up.................WHOA ! looks just like those fibers...
It's certainly no secret that McDonald's food are very bad for you - even poisonous - and you wouldn't use the word "natural" in the same sentence as McDonald's meal...
The pictures are pretty meaningless as it is presented in the article.
There is no control group, no comparison with other types of chicken nuggets, no comparison with other food that was fried in the same fryer etc.
There are hardly any worthwhile scientific data in the article or the photographs. The author of the article (and the "investigator") - Mike Adams - is a journalist, not a scientist. What was the scientific procedure? Do we know if his work environment was sterile? Could the nuggets have been contaminated somewhere between the fryer and the microscope?
What I appreciate about all this, by the way, is that Dr. deShazo's team has reproduced and confirmed my original scientific findings. This is encouraging, as it means the Natural News Forensic Food Lab is now inspiring other scientists to test our findings and independently reproduce them.