Anatomy of a Big Mac

As a follow-up to my article on McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets, I thought I would take a look at the contents of a Big Mac.

In the interests of being fair and balanced, I will acknowledge that the chemicals examined below are likely to be in very minute amounts, below maximum limits set for human consumption by government safety watchdogs like the FDA.  However, it is my position that there is no valid reason to eat chemicals that have absolutely no nutritional value, in any amount.  And, if you’ve been paying any attention at all to the “fracking” debacle popularized by the movie “Gasland,” you might have a good idea of just how competent government agencies are at protecting you from dangerous chemicals and greedy industry.

According to McDonald’s corporate website, Big Macs contain the following:

100% Beef Patty: 100% pure USDA inspected beef; no fillers, no extenders. Prepared with grill seasoning (salt, black pepper).

Big Mac Bun: Enriched flour (bleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, enzymes), water, high fructose corn syrup, sugar, soybean oil and/or partially hydrogenated soybean oil, contains 2% or less of the following: salt, calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, wheat gluten, ammonium sulfate, ammonium chloride, dough conditioners (sodium stearoyl lactylate, datem, ascorbic acid, azodicarbonamide, mono- and diglycerides, ethoxylated monoglycerides, monocalcium phosphate, enzymes, guar gum, calcium peroxide, soy flour), calcium propionate and sodium propionate (preservatives), soy lecithin, sesame seed.

CONTAINS: WHEAT AND SOY

Pasteurized Process American Cheese: Milk, water, milkfat, cheese culture, sodium citrate, salt, citric acid, sorbic acid (preservative), sodium phosphate, artificial color, lactic acid, acetic acid, enzymes, soy lecithin (added for slice separation).

CONTAINS: MILK AND SOY LECITHIN

Big Mac Sauce: Soybean oil, pickle relish [diced pickles, high fructose corn syrup, sugar, vinegar, corn syrup, salt, calcium chloride, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate (preservative), spice extractives, polysorbate 80], distilled vinegar, water, egg yolks, high fructose corn syrup, onion powder, mustard seed, salt, spices, propylene glycol alginate, sodium benzoate (preservative), mustard bran, sugar, garlic powder, vegetable protein (hydrolyzed corn, soy and wheat), caramel color, extractives of paprika, soy lecithin, turmeric (color), calcium disodium EDTA (protect flavor).

CONTAINS: WHEAT, EGG AND SOY

Lettuce

Pickle Slices: Cucumbers, water, distilled vinegar, salt, calcium chloride, alum, potassium sorbate (preservative), natural flavors (plant source), polysorbate 80, extractives of turmeric (color).

Onions: Chopped onions.

100% pure USDA inspected beef; no fillers, no extenders – if you have seen the movie, “Food, Inc.,” I’m sure you will find the claim “100% pure beef” a bit hard to swallow (pun intended). One of my favorite scenes was when they showed mass-produced beef patties, destined for fast food restaurants, being “cleaned” by industrial machinery using ammonia.  Though admittedly I cannot say if that particular beef was destined for McDonald’s, this article appears to confirm that McDonald’s uses the “ammonia beef.

high fructose corn syrup – Increased use of high fructose corn syrup has shown significant correlation to obesity rates according to Princeton University researchers. Obesity is far from the only problem related to high fructose corn syrup and other highly processed forms of corn, the problems of which are worthy of a separate article. I highly recommend the documentary film “King Corn” for more information on today’s industrial corn products.

partially hydrogenated soybean oil – An unhealthy trans fat created through an unnatural chemical process known as hydrogenation which McDonald’s had promised to remove from its foods years ago. This is an example of one of the same trans fats that were banned in so many places due to the substantial health risks associated with them.

ammonium sulfate – The IPCS has a lengthy and detailed 231 page safety study on this chemical. Needless to say there is a lot of data to analyze.  Page 4 of the report has a summary of human health effects which seems to conclude that, in specific regard to human health effects, data is lacking.

azodicarbonamide – This chemical has been banned for use as a food additive in Australia, Europe and Singapore where use as such carries a penalty of up to 15 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $450,000 (although the penalties in Singapore are not properly cited). The substance is so toxic the US Government allows it only up to 45 ppm (that’s parts per million) as a food additive.

sodium benzoate – Sodium benzoate is a preservative that has been in the press for a variety of reasons over the years due to concerns of cell damage, cancer (through a reaction with vitamin C resulting in benzene) and hyperactivity in children.  A 2007 study at the University of Southampton appeared to confirm the concerns of hyperactivity in children, but the European Food Safety Authority essentially rejected the findings.  The risks of sodium benzoate are still up for debate but apparently the emerging research and ensuing controversy was enough for Coca Cola to begin phasing it out of its products.

I can already anticipate one attack on the information provided above, something along the lines of “these ingredients are only included in minute quantities” and “anything will kill you in sufficient quantities, even table salt.” Anything can kill you in sufficient quantities, even table salt. However, table salt provides us with nutrients that are needed by the human body, azodicarbonamide, for example, does not. To the best of my knowledge, none of the chemicals listed above are needed by the body in any quantity.  So why eat food that has questionable additives even if the government tells you it’s safe in a small quantity?

If you think you are better off because you live in the EU, think again. While the EU does have slightly stricter standards for food additives than the US, there are still plenty of food additives allowed in the EU. The Independent, a UK newspaper, documented 78 additives currently in use in McDonald’s food in the UK. The article also notes that the number of additives in use in McDonald’s food is increasing rather than decreasing as McDonald’s had pledged in 2007. If you are in the UK, you may be interested in the “Action On Additives” campaign which seeks to reduce or eliminate senseless additives from the food supply that are harmful to children.

I’m currently working in Denmark, in a lovely town called Svendborg.  There is a McDonald’s about a 3 minute walk from my hotel.  Lots of families with young kids were in there this morning when I passed it – just as there are, I’m sure, in the countless McDonald’s that have sprung up in so many countries around the world. This is not Real Food, folks!  Please think about what you are putting into your childrens’ bodies.  We are what we eat.

  • Dale Curwin

    Andrea, you have presented a frighteningly thorough analysis of McDonald’s famous Big Mac. Unfortunately I continue to find them, at times, irresistibly tasty.rnrnThe nearest McDonald’s to my home is only half a block away. And as an often rushed parent I can see how it can become a temptation. Ouch!rnrnI understand the need for ingredients to stabilize a food product for a company like McDonald’s, but surely there are safer and less intrusive ways to do it. Let’s face the fact that their food is not going to be particularly healthy in any case but it would be nice to see them make an effort to reduce the use of these often violently harmful chemicals.rnrnThis article will certainly make me think twice before shoving a Big Mac into my gaping mouth. But please tell me that their coffee is ok. That is one amazing product from a fast food chain.

  • Dale Curwin

    Andrea, you have presented a frighteningly thorough analysis of McDonald’s famous Big Mac. Unfortunately I continue to find them, at times, irresistibly tasty.

    The nearest McDonald’s to my home is only half a block away. And as an often rushed parent I can see how it can become a temptation. Ouch!

    I understand the need for ingredients to stabilize a food product for a company like McDonald’s, but surely there are safer and less intrusive ways to do it. Let’s face the fact that their food is not going to be particularly healthy in any case but it would be nice to see them make an effort to reduce the use of these often violently harmful chemicals.

    This article will certainly make me think twice before shoving a Big Mac into my gaping mouth. But please tell me that their coffee is ok. That is one amazing product from a fast food chain.

  • tb

    BUT IT TASTES SO DAMN GOOD!

  • tb

    BUT IT TASTES SO DAMN GOOD!

  • Max

    “So why eat something that is known to be toxic even if the government tells you itu2019s safe in a small quantity?”rnrnThree words: Cyanide in apples.rnrnAlmost all food, natural or not, has toxic or unneeded molecules in it. That’s why we have renal systems. If your argument is that we should only ingest material which is 100% useful, you had better stick to water.

    • I agree that there are plenty of toxins to be found in the environment, both synthetic and naturally occurring, and that it is impossible to avoid all of them. However, it is very easy to avoid eating foods which we know have unnecessary chemicals added to them, such as fast food. I recommend avoiding these foods for optimal health, and avoiding other sources of chemicals when we can. We are all being exposed today to far too many chemicals, coming from many sources. Despite our lovely renal systems and livers, It is my opinion that we are not able to properly process them all, and so need to make an effort to decrease our exposure as to many possible.

  • Max

    “So why eat something that is known to be toxic even if the government tells you it’s safe in a small quantity?”

    Three words: Cyanide in apples.

    Almost all food, natural or not, has toxic or unneeded molecules in it. That’s why we have renal systems. If your argument is that we should only ingest material which is 100% useful, you had better stick to water.

    • I agree that there are plenty of toxins to be found in the environment, both synthetic and naturally occurring, and that it is impossible to avoid all of them. However, it is very easy to avoid eating foods which we know have unnecessary chemicals added to them, such as fast food. I recommend avoiding these foods for optimal health, and avoiding other sources of chemicals when we can. We are all being exposed today to far too many chemicals, coming from many sources. Despite our lovely renal systems and livers, It is my opinion that we are not able to properly process them all, and so need to make an effort to decrease our exposure as to many possible.

  • Chas

    Scary.rnI used to work at McD’s in high school (wayyyy back) and can’t even count the amount of that food I’ve eaten. rnrnLuckily, I’ve taken a new position and haven’t had any fast food in about 6-7 months. I think it would probably make me sick now if I did try. rnrnGreat article

  • Chas

    Scary.
    I used to work at McD’s in high school (wayyyy back) and can’t even count the amount of that food I’ve eaten.

    Luckily, I’ve taken a new position and haven’t had any fast food in about 6-7 months. I think it would probably make me sick now if I did try.

    Great article

  • Chetali

    Great article! I fully agree with you that chemicals that have no nutritional value should be strictly banned from the food industry.

  • Chetali

    Great article! I fully agree with you that chemicals that have no nutritional value should be strictly banned from the food industry.

  • Anonymous

    A good article about the contents, it is important for people to know what they are eating. That being said, knowing what is in a product will not keep people from eating it, look at sausage and hot dogs. The onus of responsibility for any unhealthy eating lifestyle remains on the individual but articles like this do help to keep the individual informed, provided they read it.

  • Mike

    A good article about the contents, it is important for people to know what they are eating. That being said, knowing what is in a product will not keep people from eating it, look at sausage and hot dogs. The onus of responsibility for any unhealthy eating lifestyle remains on the individual but articles like this do help to keep the individual informed, provided they read it.

  • Great article! It is truely alarming that, convinience, taste and ease are getting an upper hand over safety, purity and health in today’s world.

  • Great article! It is truely alarming that, convinience, taste and ease are getting an upper hand over safety, purity and health in today’s world.

  • Max

    “It is my opinion that we are not able to properly process them all, and so need to make an effort to decrease our exposure as to many possible.”rnrnWhat is the basis for this opinion? What does it mean that we are not able to “properly process” certain materials? Do you have information regarding the quantities and qualities of toxins in the foods you recommend avoiding to the toxins in the foods you recommend eating? For example, you give the Federal dose limit on azodicarbonamide, but don’t mention how much is actually in a Big Mac.

    • What is the basis for this opinion? What does it mean that we are not able to u201cproperly processu201d certain materials? Do you have information regarding the quantities and qualities of toxins in the foods you recommend avoiding to the toxins in the foods you recommend eating? For example, you give the Federal dose limit on azodicarbonamide, but donu2019t mention how much is actually in a Big Mac.

      nnI base my opinion in part on the results of lab testing, and in part on clinical results achieved when an individual has taken steps to reduce toxic exposure and support his/her natural detoxification processes. I didn’t see the amount of azodicarbonamide listed on the Nutrition Facts Info sheet on McDonald’s website.

  • Max

    “It is my opinion that we are not able to properly process them all, and so need to make an effort to decrease our exposure as to many possible.”

    What is the basis for this opinion? What does it mean that we are not able to “properly process” certain materials? Do you have information regarding the quantities and qualities of toxins in the foods you recommend avoiding to the toxins in the foods you recommend eating? For example, you give the Federal dose limit on azodicarbonamide, but don’t mention how much is actually in a Big Mac.

    • What is the basis for this opinion? What does it mean that we are not able to “properly process” certain materials? Do you have information regarding the quantities and qualities of toxins in the foods you recommend avoiding to the toxins in the foods you recommend eating? For example, you give the Federal dose limit on azodicarbonamide, but don’t mention how much is actually in a Big Mac.

      I base my opinion in part on the results of lab testing, and in part on clinical results achieved when an individual has taken steps to reduce toxic exposure and support his/her natural detoxification processes. I didn’t see the amount of azodicarbonamide listed on the Nutrition Facts Info sheet on McDonald’s website.

  • mom of 6

    Max, I think you should go eat as many Big Macs as you want.

  • mom of 6

    Max, I think you should go eat as many Big Macs as you want.

  • Rebecca

    McCruelty: I’m hatin’ it.

  • Rebecca

    McCruelty: I’m hatin’ it.

  • Eric

    My question (which you possibly can’t answer): Why? How does McDonald’s benefit?rnWhat benefit does adding miniscule amounts of azodicarbonamide if it carries a large risk and additional costs?rnKilling off your customers doesn’t sound like a solid business model.

  • Eric

    My question (which you possibly can’t answer): Why? How does McDonald’s benefit?
    What benefit does adding miniscule amounts of azodicarbonamide if it carries a large risk and additional costs?
    Killing off your customers doesn’t sound like a solid business model.

  • Dr. Dirge

    I do internet sales and recently had to answer a question from a customer located in Switzerland in which he inquired what XXXL Size refers to in comparison to L or XL as they do not have these sizes in his part of the country. My honest response:rnrn”If you typically wear a L or XL I would suggest the XL size. rnrnThe reason that {the sizing} goes up to XXXL is unfortunately there are quite a few really FAT/OBESE people here in the US. McDonald’s has officially ruined normal clothing sizes. ;)”rnrnhis response:rnrn”I am still laughing….. smile.rnIf I would buy two items, what were the shipping coast to Switzerland?”rnrnFunny yes but horribly sad that I am not considered by any stretch overweight by anyone socially yet I can hardly stand to look at myself in the mirror because of the extra 20lbs I have put on in the last 15 years since life became fast paced and eating has become “convenient” and not important…rnrngreat article – thanks for the info!

  • Dr. Dirge

    I do internet sales and recently had to answer a question from a customer located in Switzerland in which he inquired what XXXL Size refers to in comparison to L or XL as they do not have these sizes in his part of the country. My honest response:

    “If you typically wear a L or XL I would suggest the XL size.

    The reason that {the sizing} goes up to XXXL is unfortunately there are quite a few really FAT/OBESE people here in the US. McDonald’s has officially ruined normal clothing sizes. ;)”

    his response:

    “I am still laughing….. smile.
    If I would buy two items, what were the shipping coast to Switzerland?”

    Funny yes but horribly sad that I am not considered by any stretch overweight by anyone socially yet I can hardly stand to look at myself in the mirror because of the extra 20lbs I have put on in the last 15 years since life became fast paced and eating has become “convenient” and not important…

    great article – thanks for the info!

  • Jordan

    Eric: Killing off your customers actually is a great business model, ask big tobacco and alcohol. If you can make something addicting or taste better even though it’s worse for you, people use/eat/drink it more. Not to mention to preserve things that cut costs with more toxic chemicals, what the hay. They just need a constant flow of new walking dead. Let’s go for the children, aka Happy Meals. These fast food chains are nothing more than fast “death” food. It’s not that McDonalds and the like are trying to kill off their customers, it just makes more sense to their bottom line, so what the heck. Profits first, everything else is an afterthought. rnrnEat up. rnrnMax: I would recommend that you only eat Big Macs. Just for the human gene pool. Drink some chemicals, it’s good for you.

  • Jordan

    Eric: Killing off your customers actually is a great business model, ask big tobacco and alcohol. If you can make something addicting or taste better even though it’s worse for you, people use/eat/drink it more. Not to mention to preserve things that cut costs with more toxic chemicals, what the hay. They just need a constant flow of new walking dead. Let’s go for the children, aka Happy Meals. These fast food chains are nothing more than fast “death” food. It’s not that McDonalds and the like are trying to kill off their customers, it just makes more sense to their bottom line, so what the heck. Profits first, everything else is an afterthought.

    Eat up.

    Max: I would recommend that you only eat Big Macs. Just for the human gene pool. Drink some chemicals, it’s good for you.

  • Dustin

    Eric “Killing off your customers doesn’t sound like a solid business model”… Hmmm.. BP? (Yes I drive cars). Tobacco? (Yes I smoke) Drug dealers? Drug dealers specially. Kill thousands of their customers every year and world wide trade more on a *daily* basis than does, literally, every stock market across the globe.. (And yes I have done drugs in my hayday as well)rnrnIn response to your post.. Killing off your customers is an *excellent* business as I have just pointed out.. The trick is to kill them slowly enough to allow them to produce another generation of oblivious (and if not oblivious than absolutely too lazy to make a change) customers…

  • Dustin

    Eric “Killing off your customers doesn’t sound like a solid business model”… Hmmm.. BP? (Yes I drive cars). Tobacco? (Yes I smoke) Drug dealers? Drug dealers specially. Kill thousands of their customers every year and world wide trade more on a *daily* basis than does, literally, every stock market across the globe.. (And yes I have done drugs in my hayday as well)

    In response to your post.. Killing off your customers is an *excellent* business as I have just pointed out.. The trick is to kill them slowly enough to allow them to produce another generation of oblivious (and if not oblivious than absolutely too lazy to make a change) customers…

  • John

    Please understand that your article was very subdued in regard to what it could have said. There is such little nutrition and such toxic waste in their food that to feed it to children should be outlawed everywhere they exist. I am appalled by how their marketing is targeting children to eat this junk. 93% of all soybeans are genetically modified in the U.S. and 85% of all corn is now GMO as well. That in of itself should be reason to not eat there. rnrnEach one of their hamburgers is a compilation of about 1,000 cows from anywhere in the world. There is no way to know if any of those animals had mad cow, what they were fed, how much feces are in the meat, etc. Then they cook the burgers to a point where the Maillard Reaction makes it carcinogenic. They put sugar in the buns so they can quickly make them have the burned marks and look like they are cooked well. The oils are stored in a huge warehouse for years before they are distributed to each location. Vegetable oils are converted to trans fats even at room temperatures. There is absolutely nothing sold at McMaggots that has any nutritional value, but most all of it is definitely bad for your health. Everything sold there is about profit and very calculated to be the highest profit possible, without regard for your health, other than the rhetoric spewed out by the marketing department.

  • John

    Please understand that your article was very subdued in regard to what it could have said. There is such little nutrition and such toxic waste in their food that to feed it to children should be outlawed everywhere they exist. I am appalled by how their marketing is targeting children to eat this junk. 93% of all soybeans are genetically modified in the U.S. and 85% of all corn is now GMO as well. That in of itself should be reason to not eat there.

    Each one of their hamburgers is a compilation of about 1,000 cows from anywhere in the world. There is no way to know if any of those animals had mad cow, what they were fed, how much feces are in the meat, etc. Then they cook the burgers to a point where the Maillard Reaction makes it carcinogenic. They put sugar in the buns so they can quickly make them have the burned marks and look like they are cooked well. The oils are stored in a huge warehouse for years before they are distributed to each location. Vegetable oils are converted to trans fats even at room temperatures. There is absolutely nothing sold at McMaggots that has any nutritional value, but most all of it is definitely bad for your health. Everything sold there is about profit and very calculated to be the highest profit possible, without regard for your health, other than the rhetoric spewed out by the marketing department.

  • Reality

    One McDeath Burger Super-sized please. Could I get some extra azodicarbonamide on the side?

  • Reality

    One McDeath Burger Super-sized please. Could I get some extra azodicarbonamide on the side?

  • Kyle Fisher

    The author has done an excellent job of using big words and chemical names to scare simple minded people. If you look at the entire organic foods movement it is an anti-science movement similar to the Romantic period in literature being a rebellion to the Age of Enlightenment. This occurs when society changes quickly and people do not understand science or yearn for simpler times. Do Americans actually think that PhD food scientists with the FDA are evil scientist on par with Dr. No and are actually putting poisons into our food? That level of crazy sounds very similar to General Ripperu2019s fear of fluoride in the water (Dr. Strangelove)! In reality it is safer to have beef that has been washed with ammonia then beef that has not been cleaned by ammonia because statistically you are more likely to get sick from bacteria or E. coli than a small amount of ammonia. It is the same reason that water treatment plants across the country place small amounts of chlorine in the water. You wouldnu2019t drink a gallon of chlorine bleach but the chlorine in the water keeps you safe from microbials. When was the last time you had dysentery in America?

    • Sedate Me

      When was the last time I had dysentery in America? The last time I ate at McDonalds. That’s when.rnrnAnybody who would suggest that the entire Organic food movement is “anti-science” needs to drink a gallon of chlorine bleach with an ammonia chaser. But to prove I’m not anti-science, how about this? In the interest of science, why don’t you drink small shots of ammonia every day and increase your daily dose until you discover exactly how much ammonia it takes to kill a person? Then we could all eat McDonalds “food” in the knowledge that it is perfectly safe. Well, apart from the high levels of fat, salt and carbohydrates, which only quack scientists think is unhealthy. But we don’t listen to them because we’re “anti-science”.rnrnThere may be good science done by the PHD-ers there, but the folks who run the FDA are a bunch of clowns who are paid off to do the food/drug industry’s bidding. They will approve anything as “safe” if it doesn’t kill their lab rats upon contact.

  • Kyle Fisher

    The author has done an excellent job of using big words and chemical names to scare simple minded people. If you look at the entire organic foods movement it is an anti-science movement similar to the Romantic period in literature being a rebellion to the Age of Enlightenment. This occurs when society changes quickly and people do not understand science or yearn for simpler times. Do Americans actually think that PhD food scientists with the FDA are evil scientist on par with Dr. No and are actually putting poisons into our food? That level of crazy sounds very similar to General Ripper’s fear of fluoride in the water (Dr. Strangelove)! In reality it is safer to have beef that has been washed with ammonia then beef that has not been cleaned by ammonia because statistically you are more likely to get sick from bacteria or E. coli than a small amount of ammonia. It is the same reason that water treatment plants across the country place small amounts of chlorine in the water. You wouldn’t drink a gallon of chlorine bleach but the chlorine in the water keeps you safe from microbials. When was the last time you had dysentery in America?

    • Sedate Me

      When was the last time I had dysentery in America? The last time I ate at McDonalds. That’s when.

      Anybody who would suggest that the entire Organic food movement is “anti-science” needs to drink a gallon of chlorine bleach with an ammonia chaser. But to prove I’m not anti-science, how about this? In the interest of science, why don’t you drink small shots of ammonia every day and increase your daily dose until you discover exactly how much ammonia it takes to kill a person? Then we could all eat McDonalds “food” in the knowledge that it is perfectly safe. Well, apart from the high levels of fat, salt and carbohydrates, which only quack scientists think is unhealthy. But we don’t listen to them because we’re “anti-science”.

      There may be good science done by the PHD-ers there, but the folks who run the FDA are a bunch of clowns who are paid off to do the food/drug industry’s bidding. They will approve anything as “safe” if it doesn’t kill their lab rats upon contact.

  • Nick

    Hmm. Yes, eating Big Macs is bad for you. I think you’d be hard-pressed to find *anyone* who would disagree with that statement. These are all fairly standard preservative and processing chemicals as I understand it.rnrnThe fat in it will kill you far more readily than the compounds you cite. Speaking of which, virtually every article you linked was opinion-driven or clearly alarmist in nature (I particularly enjoyed the headline about “window cleaner chemical injected into your food!”)rnrnMost of the comments above reflect an equally ill-informed view.rnrnIf you eat packaged foods or fast food, I hate to break it to you, but unless you like dying of botulism or suffering from one of a number of different serious maladies, you are going to have to accept some unpleasant-sounding chemicals in your food. In reality, they’re completely harmless in most cases.rnrnThere are far more productive ways to improve your health than worrying about trace amounts of this-or-that in food.

  • Nick

    Hmm. Yes, eating Big Macs is bad for you. I think you’d be hard-pressed to find *anyone* who would disagree with that statement. These are all fairly standard preservative and processing chemicals as I understand it.

    The fat in it will kill you far more readily than the compounds you cite. Speaking of which, virtually every article you linked was opinion-driven or clearly alarmist in nature (I particularly enjoyed the headline about “window cleaner chemical injected into your food!”)

    Most of the comments above reflect an equally ill-informed view.

    If you eat packaged foods or fast food, I hate to break it to you, but unless you like dying of botulism or suffering from one of a number of different serious maladies, you are going to have to accept some unpleasant-sounding chemicals in your food. In reality, they’re completely harmless in most cases.

    There are far more productive ways to improve your health than worrying about trace amounts of this-or-that in food.

  • Brett Keller

    @Kyle The ammonia cleaning is only needed in the first place because of the unhealthy conditions the cattle are raised in. They’re feed an unhealthy diet never intended for them (corn) and kept in confined spaces so small they are constantly standing in their own s**t. This is why ammonia cleaning is “necessary” not because “natural” beef needs ammonia cleaning to be “safe.” Get your facts straight. Have you ever been to a “factory farm”? Seen Food, Inc.? It’s appalling to anyone with two connected brain [email protected] did you read the article? The fat was one of the things discussed! Partially hydrogenated soybean oil is second on the list and best of all it’s made with these soybeans: http://www.responsibletechnology.org/utility/showArticle/?objectID=299nnWhat is wrong with you people? Can you not read the writing on the wall? Just because you can show that minute amounts of x or y in a very narrow study have no readily observable ill effects does not mean when you put them all in a bag, mix them together, cook them and stamp them out into some burger looking thing you’re not going to seriously damage your health by eating them frequently. This article only scratches the surface. The GMO plants that go into the ingredients (and the cows) as food are arguably more disturbing. They’re plants designed in a laboratory to drink toxic pesticide for their whole life and that they do. Wake up to reality. Are you people on the McDonald’s PR payroll or what?

  • Brett Keller

    @Kyle The ammonia cleaning is only needed in the first place because of the unhealthy conditions the cattle are raised in. They’re feed an unhealthy diet never intended for them (corn) and kept in confined spaces so small they are constantly standing in their own s**t. This is why ammonia cleaning is “necessary” not because “natural” beef needs ammonia cleaning to be “safe.” Get your facts straight. Have you ever been to a “factory farm”? Seen Food, Inc.? It’s appalling to anyone with two connected brain cells.

    @Nick did you read the article? The fat was one of the things discussed! Partially hydrogenated soybean oil is second on the list and best of all it’s made with these soybeans: http://www.responsibletechnology.org/utility/showArticle/?objectID=299

    What is wrong with you people? Can you not read the writing on the wall? Just because you can show that minute amounts of x or y in a very narrow study have no readily observable ill effects does not mean when you put them all in a bag, mix them together, cook them and stamp them out into some burger looking thing you’re not going to seriously damage your health by eating them frequently. This article only scratches the surface. The GMO plants that go into the ingredients (and the cows) as food are arguably more disturbing. They’re plants designed in a laboratory to drink toxic pesticide for their whole life and that they do. Wake up to reality. Are you people on the McDonald’s PR payroll or what?

  • Janice

    I am absolutely shocked and amazed at Kyle, Nick, Eric and Max? Are you people on the payroll at McDonald’s or what? How in the world can you possibly challenge how incredibly awful McDonald’s food is for you? From the genetically modified crops bathed in excess pesticides that they start with as raw materials all the way through the process there are absolute mountains of evidence from scientific peer reviewed studies to documentaries that show how awful this garbage is. The question isn’t what ingredients in McDonald’s food are bad for you but what ISN’T bad for you? [email protected] specifically – why don’t you give us a good reason FOR including any of this junk other than higher corporate profits, longer shelf lives and perhaps making the food “look prettier?” Also, perhaps the specific amounts in the burger aren’t mentioned because MCDONALD’S DOESN’T TELL YOU ON THEIR WEBSITE.

  • Janice

    I am absolutely shocked and amazed at Kyle, Nick, Eric and Max? Are you people on the payroll at McDonald’s or what? How in the world can you possibly challenge how incredibly awful McDonald’s food is for you? From the genetically modified crops bathed in excess pesticides that they start with as raw materials all the way through the process there are absolute mountains of evidence from scientific peer reviewed studies to documentaries that show how awful this garbage is. The question isn’t what ingredients in McDonald’s food are bad for you but what ISN’T bad for you?

    @Max specifically – why don’t you give us a good reason FOR including any of this junk other than higher corporate profits, longer shelf lives and perhaps making the food “look prettier?” Also, perhaps the specific amounts in the burger aren’t mentioned because MCDONALD’S DOESN’T TELL YOU ON THEIR WEBSITE.

  • Chris

    Are preservatives worse than eating spoiled food or food that may have toxic fungus growing on it? Sodium benzoate has probably prevented a million times more food poisonings than it has caused people to be sick. Hydrogenated oils are hydrogenated to keep them from becoming rancid. rnrnThe high fructose corn syrup is in there purely as a sweetener and if the sugar lobby in Florida would stop paying off congress, it would be replaced by plain-old sucrose. rnrnWhile I would never suggest that people eat a diet high in saturated fat, red meat and simple carbohydrates like a Big Mac, calling a preservative bad ignores that it’s there because there are worse things out there that it defends against. The food companies pay a lot of money for every one of those ingredients. They don’t put them in there to “poison” you, they put them in there to prevent you from getting sick on spoiled food during the time it takes them to make, package and deliver the product to you at a price you are willing to pay.

    • Sedate Me

      High-fructose CORN syrup is to be blamed upon the sugar CANE lobby in Florida??? Don’t you mean “the sugar lobby in Iowa”?rnrnBut you are right about one thing. McDonalds WOULD serve rotting food to it’s customers. So, all those preservatives meant to give their product a longer shelf life than their customers actually DO prevent food poisoning.

  • Chris

    Are preservatives worse than eating spoiled food or food that may have toxic fungus growing on it? Sodium benzoate has probably prevented a million times more food poisonings than it has caused people to be sick. Hydrogenated oils are hydrogenated to keep them from becoming rancid.

    The high fructose corn syrup is in there purely as a sweetener and if the sugar lobby in Florida would stop paying off congress, it would be replaced by plain-old sucrose.

    While I would never suggest that people eat a diet high in saturated fat, red meat and simple carbohydrates like a Big Mac, calling a preservative bad ignores that it’s there because there are worse things out there that it defends against. The food companies pay a lot of money for every one of those ingredients. They don’t put them in there to “poison” you, they put them in there to prevent you from getting sick on spoiled food during the time it takes them to make, package and deliver the product to you at a price you are willing to pay.

    • Sedate Me

      High-fructose CORN syrup is to be blamed upon the sugar CANE lobby in Florida??? Don’t you mean “the sugar lobby in Iowa”?

      But you are right about one thing. McDonalds WOULD serve rotting food to it’s customers. So, all those preservatives meant to give their product a longer shelf life than their customers actually DO prevent food poisoning.

  • Jen

    @Chris rnrnWould you care to share with us some of the millions of documented food poisonings that must be happening yearly if not monthly from all the billions of dollars worth of organic foods that are sold without sodium benzoate (or other preservatives) and hydrogenated oils? Clearly if food spoils and goes rancid so easily people that shop at national chains like Whole Foods (www.wholefoodsmarket.com) that don’t allow such ingredients must be getting sick all the time. It must be a national epidemic! Perhaps we should make it illegal to sell foods without hydrogenated oils and preservatives – it sounds really dangerous!rnrnThe real reason McDonald’s and other vendors of highly processed foods put this stuff in their food is because they make more money when their food has a unreasonably long shelf life. That more than offsets whatever minuscule cost the additives and hydrogenation process has. rnrnYou’re telling me this stuff the stuff featured in this video is just fine? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IGtDPG4UfI&feature=player_embedded Get real!

    • SandyW

      Hi Jen,
      I haven’t eaten at McDonald’s in many years, and I do buy lots of vegetables and breads from Whole Foods, and I haven’t been sick in many years. At school, when the colds and flu and viruses go through–I never get sick. I refuse to eat chemicals that don’t belong in the body.
      The foods at places like Whole Foods, etc., don’t sit on the shelves for centuries like those with high fructose corn syrup.
      If you dont’ believe you will feel better and be more healthier by not eating a places like McDonald’s, I challenge you to try giving up those fast food chemicals. You might be surprised at how much better you feel–and you will probably be a lot healthier. Don’t knock it until you have tried it.
      By the way, I’m 60 years old, and I’m much healthier than most of the 15 year olds I teach. Shame on their parents for feeding them unhealthy chemicals.

    • Cathy Lugo

      Millions of food poisonings ? Must be getting sick? You don’t know do you you’re just trying to justify your food choices aren’t you F.Y.I when really food goes rancid you can tell after millions a years of evolution there are mechanisms in place keeping you from eat rancid food its called the olfactory look it up

  • Jen

    @Chris

    Would you care to share with us some of the millions of documented food poisonings that must be happening yearly if not monthly from all the billions of dollars worth of organic foods that are sold without sodium benzoate (or other preservatives) and hydrogenated oils? Clearly if food spoils and goes rancid so easily people that shop at national chains like Whole Foods (www.wholefoodsmarket.com) that don’t allow such ingredients must be getting sick all the time. It must be a national epidemic! Perhaps we should make it illegal to sell foods without hydrogenated oils and preservatives – it sounds really dangerous!

    The real reason McDonald’s and other vendors of highly processed foods put this stuff in their food is because they make more money when their food has a unreasonably long shelf life. That more than offsets whatever minuscule cost the additives and hydrogenation process has.

    You’re telling me this stuff the stuff featured in this video is just fine? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IGtDPG4UfI&feature=player_embedded Get real!

  • Princess Cacho-Ramos

    it make us an addict to eat and crave for more especially cheeseburger meal.. thanks for the info.. there are lots of mcdo stores here in Philippines.. filipinos should be aware of this.

  • Princess Cacho-Ramos

    it make us an addict to eat and crave for more especially cheeseburger meal.. thanks for the info.. there are lots of mcdo stores here in Philippines.. filipinos should be aware of this.

  • Jack

    What’s with all the McDonald’s apologists? Isn’t it common knowledge that McDonald’s is some of the worst stuff you can possibly eat? Isn’t it clear to everyone that McDonald’s and all the other fast food giants mass produce their food as cheaply as possible within the law to the great detriment of their customer’s health?

  • Jack

    What’s with all the McDonald’s apologists? Isn’t it common knowledge that McDonald’s is some of the worst stuff you can possibly eat? Isn’t it clear to everyone that McDonald’s and all the other fast food giants mass produce their food as cheaply as possible within the law to the great detriment of their customer’s health?

  • Robin L. M. Cheung, BSc (Hons)

    To aid in the discussion pertaining to azodicarbonamide, here in Canada, it is approved at a level of 45 mg/kg for “dough improvement (Becalski, Lau, Lewis, & Seaman, 2006). If Ms. Stevens could point to the level at which it is found in the Big Mac, and what physiological effects there are at that level, it would help readers understand more what the grounds of her concern are.rnrnFurther to the previous comment about food preservatives and food safety, azodicarbonamide, has been “essential for the performance of the lid in providing a hermetic seal for pasteurized or sterilized foods packed under vacuum in the glass jars” (Nestmann, et al., 2005).rnrnReferencesrnBecalski, A., Lau, B., Lewis, D., & Seaman, S. (2006). Semicarbazide in Canadian bakery products. Food Additives & Contaminants, 23(2), 107-109. doi:10.1080/02652030500395219.rnrnNestmann, E., Lynch, B., Musa-Veloso, K., Goodfellow, G., Cheng, E., Haighton, L., et al. (2005). Safety assessment and risku2013benefit analysis of the use of azodicarbonamide in baby food jar closure technology: Putting trace levels of semicarbazide exposure into perspective u2013 A review. Food Additives & Contaminants, 22(9), 875-891. doi:10.1080/02652030500195312.

    • Jack

      Interesting comments Robin. Seems highly relevant… IF we were going to eat the lids of jars. McDonald’s doesn’t specify the content on the nutrition facts page – do you think the author should go buy a Big Mac and pay for expensive laboratory testing to determine the exact content just to be able to make the statement “hey our bodies don’t really need this, maybe we shouldn’t eat it.”? Sounds a little loony to me.

  • Robin L. M. Cheung, BSc (Hons), MBA, PhD Student

    To aid in the discussion pertaining to azodicarbonamide, here in Canada, it is approved at a level of 45 mg/kg for “dough improvement (Becalski, Lau, Lewis, & Seaman, 2006). If Ms. Stevens could point to the level at which it is found in the Big Mac, and what physiological effects there are at that level, it would help readers understand more what the grounds of her concern are.

    Further to the previous comment about food preservatives and food safety, azodicarbonamide, has been “essential for the performance of the lid in providing a hermetic seal for pasteurized or sterilized foods packed under vacuum in the glass jars” (Nestmann, et al., 2005).

    References
    Becalski, A., Lau, B., Lewis, D., & Seaman, S. (2006). Semicarbazide in Canadian bakery products. Food Additives & Contaminants, 23(2), 107-109. doi:10.1080/02652030500395219.

    Nestmann, E., Lynch, B., Musa-Veloso, K., Goodfellow, G., Cheng, E., Haighton, L., et al. (2005). Safety assessment and risk–benefit analysis of the use of azodicarbonamide in baby food jar closure technology: Putting trace levels of semicarbazide exposure into perspective – A review. Food Additives & Contaminants, 22(9), 875-891. doi:10.1080/02652030500195312.

    • Jack

      Interesting comments Robin. Seems highly relevant… IF we were going to eat the lids of jars. McDonald’s doesn’t specify the content on the nutrition facts page – do you think the author should go buy a Big Mac and pay for expensive laboratory testing to determine the exact content just to be able to make the statement “hey our bodies don’t really need this, maybe we shouldn’t eat it.”? Sounds a little loony to me.

  • Sedate Me

    Going down maybe. Once it's down there is when you pay for it. There's a scene in Supersize Me that demonstrates this perfectly:

    He's “Lovin' It” in the initial stages, comes down from the high part way through, experiences pain and then barfs it all up.

    That's exactly what used to happen to me when I was a McDonalds user. The glee of fatty meat, salty food and the sugar rushes…followed by stomach and bowel pain. I only barfed a couple of times, but the other reactions were the same.

    After 10+ years without using, if I were to eat one today, I probably would have to run to the bathroom before finishing.

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  • Fred

    The point is clearly trying to inform people what kind of stuff is actually in there so people can make an informed decision for themselves. Duh.

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