Buzzwords and phrases like “premium” and “all-white meat” can be common in some of the biggest fast food restaurants around when describing their chicken as 100% real chicken. But the truth of what’s in these products can be a little more complicated.
It’s frustratingly common practice for chicken products in fast food places to not be made of 100% real chicken. Oftentimes, fast food restaurants will fill their food with additives and even other proteins, to keep costs down or to give their food a longer shelf life.
But which restaurants out there are doing this, and are there any fast food chicken products that you should avoid entirely? We’ve got all the answers you need right here.
THERE’S SO MANY RED FLAGS HERE…….AT LEAST 10
Most people eat too much these days, and more than 2/3 of Americans are either overweight or obese as a result.
Processed, artificially and naturally flavored foods have a lot to do with this, as these chemicals make you eat food you normally would not want to eat and eat more than you normally would. This creates additional barriers and obstacles when trying to lose weight.
Additionally, a lot of people suffer from lack of energy, the inability to focus, NAFLD, poor sleep quality and other health ailments that are partly the result of the consumption of natural and artificial flavors.
The genetic editing of plants to contain edible vaccines is well underway. Work is being done with bananas, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, rice, wheat, soybeans, and corn. Companies like Medicago are using gene editing to turn plants into mini-bioreactors.
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