Video surveillance inside of a McDonald’s restaurant captures and man breaking in but it wasn’t to steal money. It was to make himself a quick snack.
The man is shown entering the McDonald’s through a drive-through window. After looking around the man makes his way to the kitchen and begins to prepare himself a meal. Once he finishes he tops it off with a soda and makes his way back out the drive through window with empty pockets but a full stomach.
You might think twice before buying that .30 cent cup of Ramen noodles after researchers make a startling discover about processed foods like the popular noodle.
A research project aptly titled “Mouth to Anus” or M2A was started by artist Stefani Bardin to see exactly how our body digests certain foods. She, along with help from gastroenterologist Dr. Braden Kuo of Harvard University, used a pill cam to show what processed food looks like during digestion.
During the experiment, two different pills were used. One of them recorded pressure, temperature, and pH. The other recorded video from inside the subject.
Bardin fed two subjects similar meals with the big difference being how the foods were processed. The first subject received gatorade, instant ramen, and gummi bears. The second subject received handmade noodles, hibiscus tea, and pomegranate-cherry juice gummies. The pill cams recorded the digestion of the foods and demonstrated how the body handles foods that are processed differently.
The Swedish Minister Of Culture is under fire after photos from a World Art Day party began to surface showing her cutting a cake designed to look like a tribal African woman complete with a torso, genetalia and a live human head decorated in blackface that protruded out of an opening in the table.
Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth was asked to kick off the party by performing a clitoridectomy on the cake. She then fed the cake to the performance artist whose head served as the head of the cake. The red velvet cake had a chocolate frosting and of course was red on the inside to symbolize blood.
Ironically, despite the racist undertones the cake symbolized, Liljeroth’s political position on racism is quite the opposite. She has publicly expressed her distaste for racism in the press and fought to keep newspapers from obtaining government subsidies who publish racist content. So far she has not commented on the cake.
Annette Larkins may have stumbled on to what many have searched for since the beginning of time.
The Miami resident, now in her 70′s, has found the fountain of youth right in her own backyard. Larkins says that her secret to looking as young as she does is simple: eat healthy. She has a garden in her backyard and eats nothing other than the food that she grows.
A documentary aptly titled “Meet Your Meat” goes behind the scenes to expose exactly how the meat we eat makes it from the farms to our tables. After watching this you may think twice about meeting or eating your meat.
McDonald’s has announced that it will no longer use ammonium hydroxide in its hamburgers.
Often referred to as “pink slime”, ammonium hydroxide is used in fertilizers, household cleaners and even explosives. McDonald’s gave the reason why they decided to stop using the chemical to prepare hamburgers.
At the beginning of 2011, we made a decision to discontinue the use of ammonia-treated beef in our hamburgers. This product has been out of our supply chain since August of last year. This decision was a result of our efforts to align our global standards for how we source beef around the world.
The food industry has used ammonium hydroxide as an anti-microbial agent to process meat that would otherwise be inedible.