Whenever someone goes out to eat at a McDonald’s, they are taking their health and really putting it in someone else’s hands on a level they don’t really quite understand.
It’s common knowledge that when you put good in, you get good out. That’s true on many levels, but none so literal as with what we put in our bodies. We were designed to survive and thrive off of what the earth provides for us.
But the production of those life-giving substances has turned into such a finely-tuned machine that prioritizes profit and taste, that we’ve lost a lot of what was good for us along the way.
One of the biggest steps backward for the health of the western world was the introduction of “GMO foods” or any food that is genetically modified in order to live even with poisons sprayed on them. The purpose of this is to keep the food growing when the plants are sprayed for bugs/weeds etc.
Unfortunately, that means that things like Roundup are actually being put into our foods so that they’ll be immune to being sprayed with it. As you can imagine, that’s not great for your system.
McDonald’s Corporation is the largest dealer of GMO’s, according to Your News Wire, and according to recent reports, the golden arches have been seeing less green pass through them because of this information.
The national awareness that GMO’s could be contributing to the bad health of this generation is finally affecting the fast food superstar’s bottom line. In fact, what is being served by the once beloved clown and his co-workers is hardly even being regarded as food anymore:
“McDonald’s recently launched a PR campaign called ‘Our Food, Your Questions’ to reassure customers that their Frankenfoods are safe for human consumption. Unfortunately for McDonald’s, their campaign backfired spectacularly.
While the company still denies they use ‘pink slime’ in their burgers, they were forced to admit using some highly questionable ‘ingredients’ that would be more at home in a science experiment than on the dinner plate of a growing child.
During the ‘Our Food, Your Questions’ campaign, McDonald’s admitted to using the chemical additive azodicarbonamide in their burger buns, which is the exact same substance found in yoga mats.
Naturally, the world’s leading Frankenfoods dealer insisted that adding rubber to food is quite safe.