McDonald's french fries

The truth about the ingredients in McDonald’s french fries

Many people think McDonald’s fries are bad for us.

Some say their fries are not even real.

McDonald’s just released this video to show how they make their fries:

This video gives us the impression that McDonald’s french fries are just fried potatoes.

But in this next video, the same dude gives us the truth?!

In reality, McDonald’s french fries contain these 14 ingredients:

McDonalds french fries infographic

  • Potatoes
  • Canola oil
  • Soybean oil
  • Hydrogenated soybean oil
  • Natural beef flavor
  • Hydrolyzed wheat
  • Hydrolyzed milk
  • Citric acid
  • Dimethylpolysiloxane
  • Dextrose
  • Sodium acid pyrophosphate
  • Salt
  • Corn oil
  • TBHQ

Even worse, California forced McDonalds to put a warning label on their french fries:

McDonalds FDA warning french fries

What is Acrylamide?

Acrylamide is a known nerve-toxin and suspected carcinogen.

It is extremely prevalent in our food supply (think processed and fast foods).

This issue was first made public in 2002. Yet many of us have not even heard about acrylamides.

The European Chemical Agency added acrylamide to the list of substances of high concern in March of 2010.

Hey – want a large “cigafry”?

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