McDonald’s uses a variety of potatoes, including Ranger Russet, Umatilla Russet, Russet Burbank, and Shepody.
Unsurprisingly, considering you’ll find it in most processed foods, it’s one of the many ingredients included in McDonald’s fries.
While it may not be outwardly toxic for humans to consume, the health effects of TBHQ may be significant — it may lead to visual disturbances and other largely undesirable side effects.
Dextrose is a sugar that helps maintain the color of the potatoes, along with sodium acid pyrophosphate which keeps them from turning gray.
A medium portion of fries includes 340 calories, 16 grams of fat and 44 grams of carbs. At first glance, that doesn’t seem too bad — until you realize it’s only a side dish and is more than likely to be added to something else the restaurant produces.
There may be reasons to stay away from McDonald’s fries, but not because of any highlighted in this alarmist video.
The fat content, the high glycemic index, the amount of salt added and maybe some of the compounds formed during high-temperature frying are reason enough to make fries an occasional treat.
With more consumption of junk food and a sedentary lifestyle, the chances of the human body contracting lifestyle diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, etc are extremely high.
As of now, even kids are contracting these lifestyle diseases, which were considered as Old Man’s disease.
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