By Blake Buford, HoneyColony

Natural News just finished a forensic analysis of the McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets, and the results are revolting. Using a high-powered digital microscope, the group says it found dark, stringy objects that look like hair inside 10 freshly fried McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets. To make matters worse, some of the hairs have little sacs on the end that look like eggs. And just in case you haven’t gagged yet, the team also found “odd red coloring splotches in several locations, as well as a spherical green object that resembles algae.”

The test was conducted on a 10 piece meal from a McDonald’s in Austin, Texas. According to Natural News, the examination was performed in a laboratory under pristine conditions, and the offending nuggets are now frozen until further review.

So far, we’ve heard nothing from McDonald’s on the matter, but we’ll let you know if they can come up with an explanation.

What McDonald’s will tell us about the McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets is that it contains more than 40 ingredients, including an anti-foaming agent called dimethylpolysiloxane, which is also used in cosmetics and Silly Putty. It also features another notorious ingredient known as TBHQ, which is linked to nausea, tingling in the ears (tinnitus), delirium, liver and reproductive effects, and more. 

You can see the full list of ingredients in the McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets here.

Read an article about how Bolivia has banned McDonald’s here.

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