Big Mac French Fry Defense Exposes Ingredient List?
I assume that was a misdirection technique so at the end we would associate the product with a potato in the ground instead of its distant and unhealthy relative which is what we are offered to eat.
Fortunately consumers are looking for ways to improve their health by improving their eating habits. Is McDonalds losing market share to healthier choices?
Are they testing to see if they can revive interest in poor quality food before they bite the bullet; because, they have to change their menu to market healthier choices?
McDonalds does not use GMO potatoes at this time. That doesn’t move their french fries into remotely healthy category.
Mythbusters are well-known as members of the Skeptics founded by an exceptional magician James Randi.
Magicians are illusionists and specialists at misdirection. They get paid by people to deceive them and get applauded for it.
Perhaps creating an organization that defends drug pushing big pharma and bad health creating processed food choices must seem perfectly logical?
Explore this presentation for the things it reveals as they attempt to use the reverse presentation illusion to leave you with a good feeling for a truly bad choice and hope you’ll overlook the 18 other ingredients including sugar (which they call natural as if that made it good for you), a variety of hydrogenated oils, and read the rest of the list for yourself.
REVEALED: The 14 ingredients in McDonald’s FRIES – including a petrol-based chemical and form of silicone found in Silly Putty
- Mythbusters host Grant Imahara traveled to the fast food chain’s potato processing plant in Idaho to see the production process from start to finish
- During his investigation he found that dimethylpolysiloxane – a form of silicone found in Silly Putty – is used in the making of McDonald’s fries along with a petrol-based chemical called TBHQ
- He also discovered that the fries are fried twice – once at the factory and again at the restaurant
By SADIE WHITELOCKS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
‘Potatoes, thank goodness! That’s a good start,’ former Mythbusters host Grant Imahara says as he goes on to reveal the 13 other ingredients contained in a humble McDonald’s fry.
The TV personality traveled to the fast food chain’s potato processing plant in Idaho to see the production process from start to finish.
During his investigation he found that there are two rounds of frying.
He also discovered that dimethylpolysiloxane – a form of silicone found in Silly Putty – is used in the making of McDonald’s fries along with a petrol-based chemical called tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ).