All Animal And Fish Cadavers Have Zoonotic Disease Organisms
One would think that french fries could have 3 ingredients: potatoes, oil, and salt. But McD fries have 19 ingredients, their McNuggets 25 ingredients.
Years after McDonald's in a lawsuit judgment paid 10 million dollars to a vegetarian coalition because the corporation had not revealed that the fries were preprocessed in sheep fat (lard or tallow) or cow fat (beef lard or beef tallow), it was still adding actual beef flavoring to fries.
After a news story that McDonald's fries had 17 ingredients, the Washington Post has reported there are actually 19 ingredients in the fries.
19 ingredients in McDonaldís french fries
There are 25 ingredients in the McNuggets.
In addition, fries in the United Kingdom have fewer toxins than fries in the US.
The longest trial at its time in British history... lasting 4 years... between McDonald's and London Greenpeace http://www.mcspotlight.org/index.shtml
HEALTH HAZARDS OF ALL CHICKEN CADAVERS
When a chicken has leukemia, the butcher industry hides the disease by calling it leukosis. Thousands of scientists including Blanche Leonardo in the book Check That Chick have documented the generation of cancer in children and adult humans eating cancerous chicken flesh. Food poisoning occurs from colon bacteria (hidden in the term ecoli), listeria, campylobacter, and hundreds of other organisms.
The uric acid or trioxypurine in chicken flesh causes
plaque to line heart, brain and other arteries, and uric acid to crystallize in needle formation around the joints generating arthritis.
Ronald Reagan's administration doubled the speed of
the meat inspection lines in slaughterhouses.... mammals and birds whizzed by without being inspected for surface tumors. The invisible tumors in the bloodstream and internal organs were not inspected at all. Recently the USDA has further sped up the lines.
"McNuggets Ingredients (not counting any sauce)
-WateróNot much to say about that one.
-Modified corn starchóCorn starch is almost always genetically-modified. But thatís not what the ďmodifiedĒ
in ďmodified corn starchĒ refers to. It usually refers to chemically- or enzymatically-treated corn starch,
which can leave chemical residues behind. Additionally, it often contains monosodium glutamate (MSG),
which Iíll discuss further in a minute.
-SaltóThatís fairly straightforward.
-ĒSeasoningĒóSeasoning contains yeast extract (that almost always
contains the neurotoxin Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat)
which has been linked to a whole host of diseases.
Read the excellent book Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills by Russell
L. Blaylock, a neurosurgeon and Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat)
researcher, to learn more about the health problems linked to MSG),
more salt, wheat starch (a processed food that contains just the starchy part of the wheat,
ďnatural flavorĒ (more likelihood of toxic MSG), safflower oil, dextrose, citric acid
, and rosemary.
-Safflower oilóBelieved to be a healthier cooking oil, most safflower is unfortunately heated to high
temperatures long before it is ever used for cooking, causing it to be chemically-altered from the heat,
and a source of inflammation in the body when that is the case.
-Dextroseóa type of sugar.
- citric acid
óused as a preservative.
-ĒNatural extractives of rosemaryĒóthis could be any number of ingredients found within rosemary, the health of
which is determined largely by the process of extraction and whether any chemicals are used in this process.
-Breaded with: water, wheat flower, yellow corn flower, modified corn starch, spices, salt, baking powder,
sodium aluminum phosphate, dextrose, wheat starch, corn starch, modified hydrogenated soybean oil
Yellow corn flower and modified corn starchóboth of these ingredients are derived from corn which is now
almost 100% genetically-modified (GM). Genetically-Modified
foods have been linked to sterility, allergies, infant mortality,
organ defects, and childhood diseases. Check out my article Top 20 Frankenfoods to Avoid for more information.
-ĒSpicesĒóThis could be any number of ingredients. It often used by the food industry to disguise MSG."