Category Archives: Food & Drink

You Might No Longer Eat a Cheeseburger After This Video

You Might No Longer Eat a Cheeseburger After This Video

A team of the site Periodic Videos has decided to show the public how the decomposition process of MakDonald’s cheeseburger in our stomach looks. The process is similar to that which occurs during the digestion of food. For the purpose of their study enthusiasts have used concentrated hydrochloric acid that is an important ingredient in

Mutants: Chickens have never been bigger (video)

Mutants: The chickens have never been bigger

A study conducted in Canada shows how chickens looked 50 years ago and how they look today. The results are mildly shocking. The survey covers three breeds of broiler chickens common in 1957, 1978 and 2005 which clearly proves what the use of hormones and gene modification causes these feathered animals and which affects our

If you like Chinese food do not watch this video!

Chinese food - sewage oil

The video below shows one way of extracting cooking fat from Chinese street food vendors. Oil used by the Chinese coocing on the street is known as ‘sewage oil’. Extraction mixture comes literally from sewer manholes. Except that the process of collection is disgusting its ‘production’ is carcinogenic and brings great health risk. Producers of

Greenpeace’s blacklist of unhealthy foods and drinks with GMO

Greenpeace's blacklist of unhealthy foods and drinks with GMO

We all heard about genetically modified organisms. Unheard-of hype around GM raised in recent years. At each corner of the unprecedented dangers of talking about GMOs that products containing GMOs, it is very dangerous to eat. Greenpeace had made a blacklist of genetically modified products regarding food. Notice how many of them are for kids!

Top 11 chocolate myths

Top 11 chocolate myths

The Latin name for the cacao tree, Theobroma cacao, means “food of the gods,” and it does seem that the fruit of the tree and its delicious derivatives are indeed fit for the deities. Both the Mayans and Aztecs believed the cacao bean had magical and divine attributes, appropriate for service in even the most