According to an article by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger (http://www.naturalnews.com/041655_Chicken_McNuggets_strange_fibers_microscope_images.html), some added materials resembling fibers have been found in some orders of McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets. Granted, some consumers may wonder what all this fast food item consists of in general, but it’s a sure bet that unidentified strands of God-knows-what is not an expected ingredient. Are the fibers from a chicken? Or are they some other species’ hair, human or otherwise? Are they even biological material?
First of all, when one purchases any sort of food from a restaurant or other type of outlet, it is taken for granted that the product is fit for consumption. This means that it should be free of hairs, insect parts, and animal parts that are not meant to be included in that particular food. For example, if you buy some chicken nuggets, they should not include the beaks, claws, eyeballs, or other body parts that most of us would refuse to put in our mouths. There should be no worms, cockroaches or other creepy-crawlies. No dog or cat hair, no feces of any species, nothing you would not include in your own recipe at home. Such added and unwanted ingredients tend to not just make the average consumer upchuck at the mere notion of eating them, they also are prone to carrying disease germs.
Take a look at the photos of Mike Adams’ link: he has carefully compared it to other possible fibers such as a dog hair. The size of the found fibers, by contrast, is much smaller. The thought occurs, prior to such a view, that these may be some kind of blood vessels, but they are obviously too tiny. What, then, are the possibilities? Inorganic (not as in “not raised without chemicals” but as in “not natural at all”) substances? Completely composed of chemicals? If so, then what chemicals? Another question to follow, should that be the case, is “Why are these in this food?” Should they be permitted, should they be listed as ingredients, and what, if anything, does the Food and Drug Administration have to say about the inclusion of such matter?
It will certainly be interesting to see what the next step is in this situation. Will McDonald’s contact Mike Adams about his discovery of these Unidentified Food Objects? Will the consumers finding these fibers consult lawyers and cash in, finding themselves adversely affected by the ingestion of these McNuggets? Will the FDA step in at all and want to know just what is being fed to the public? As the old soap opera announcers used to say, tune in again soon (or in this case, keep an eye on the Health Ranger’s website, Natural News: http://www.NaturalNews.com/ReaderRegistration.html) to keep up on this fascinating situation.