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I wouldn't believe anything on that site.
I'm all for acknowledging studies from credible sources like universities and health departments but "Natural News Forensic Food Laboratory" is not on that list.
Look at just about anything under a microscope and you'll gag. Put some tap water under there and you'll see shit swimming around.
This isn't even credible enough to qualify as junk science. It's just junk.
Saw grosser stuff in those crabs than from those images. All I see in the picures is bland processed meat and the various weirdness that is in all animal products if you look close enough.
Against my better judgment, I took a look at Adams' "evidence." Suffice it to say, the photos are a lot tamer than the language used to describe them.
*wipes slide on shirt*
"Okay, let's get to microscoping!"
To the people saying: "Go lookit an apple under a microscope, that's gross too"... Remember, we're not comparing the same things:
Fruits & veggies grow outside and probably have a microbial population that humans are relatively adapted to consuming.
"Chicken" "McNuggets" come from the inside of an industrial factory (using tortured chickens), where all sorts of disgusting shit grows in the corners.
Eat fast food at your own moral risk.
You are only as reliable as your sources.
British McNuggets lists neither chemical among its ingredients.
Now continue piling on Natural News.