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11-30-2007, 01:57 PM
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«~» When talking about 'Fast Food Chains,' we're all 'Health Conscious,' but what about a 'Coffee ?'
«~» Many health conscious people would object to order a 'Mc Donald's Coffee' . . . A 'Coffee ?' . .
'What A Coffee ?' . . Yeap !

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» » » » » » » » » Surprise 'INGREDIENTS' In Fast Food and the 'OCCASIONAL TOY'
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«~» When ordering a 'Coffee' at 'McDonald’s' here's what you're getting with your supposed 'Coffee' :
. . . Sodium phosphate, sodium polyphosphate, Di-Acetyl Tartrate Ester of Monoglyceride, sodium stearoyl lac-
tylate, tetra sodium pyrophosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate, sodium citrate, and carrageenan.
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«~» Now what about 'Scrambled Eggs' as a part of McDonald’s breakfast, includes :
. . . Pasteurized whole eggs have sodium acid pyrophosphate, citric acid, and monosodium phosphate (all ad-
ded to preserve color), and nisin, a preservative.
To top it off, the eggs are prepared with liquid margarine: liquid soybean oil, water, partially hydrogenated cot-
tonseed and soybean oils (trans fats), salt, hydrogenated cottonseed oil (trans fat), soy lecithin, mono- and
diglycerides, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate (preservatives), artificial flavor, citric acid, vitamin
A palmitate, and beta carotene (color).
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«~» 'Good Info on 'FAST FOOD CHAINS' (Not Another ? !) CLICK HERE (http://www.newstarget.com/022194.html) it's a fairly fast reading article,
great with diverse links.
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» » » » » » » » » "Boy Oh Boy, do I Love This Next Part . . ."
". . . While 'Propylene Glycol' is considered "GRAS" for human consumption, it is not legal for use in 'Cat
Food' because the safety hasn't been proven yet [10]. 'Propylene glycol' is also used "As the killing and
preserving agent in pitfall traps, usually used to capture ground beetles" [10].
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«~» There's a lot more and good info . . .
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