BENEFITS OF FAST FOOD REVEALED TO INCREASE HAIR GROWTH IN MICE
Eating fast food may have some health benefits after all, according to Scientists in Japan. Well, that’s not entirely true, but some fast foods may be a cure for baldness. Scientists in Japan have been testing all sorts of things. But one in particular is a chemical added to McDonald’s fries. This chemical is used in order to prevent cooking oil from frothing up. The Scientists tested the anti-froth chemical on mice and noticed that there were alarming rates of hair growth. Who knew chemicals could do this?
CHEMICALS USED IN MCDONALD’S FRENCH FRIES TRANSPLANTED TO MICE
Scientists from Yokohama National University learnt that the chemical “dimethylpolysiloxane” which is a type of silicone, is an ingredient in McDonald’s fry oil. Again, McDonald’s adds it to prevent frothing and splashing. But when experimenting on mice, they noticed that it mass produces hair. This team of Scientists credit using the chemical to increase hair growth in mice, resulting in thousands of instantaneous hair follicle germs.
TRANSPLANTED MICE HAIR GREW AT “ALARMING RATES”
Professor Junji Fukuda explained that, “The key for mass production of HFGs was a choice of substrate materials for the culture vessel.” He further explained, “We used oxygen-permeable PDMS at the bottom culture vessel, and it worked very well.” Once these HFGs were transplanted to the backs of the mice, new hairs began to grow at alarming rates.
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SCIENTISTS CONFIDENT TO BEGIN EXPERIMENTS ON HUMANS
So far scientists have only conducted the experiment on mice. But the Scientists feel confident that human subjects will also result in impressive hair growth. The team of researchers believe that this method is extremely vigorous and encouraging. They are confident that the chemical that McDonald’s uses to make their fries will have tremendous benefits for human hair regenerative therapy.
ICELANDIC LIVE CAM ON MCDONALD’S BURGER SHOWS NO AGING OVER 8 YEARS (SO FAR!)
Many people have experimented with the fact that most McDonald’s food does not actually rot. There has been a live cam pointing at a McDonald’s burger and fries at a hotel in Iceland for over 8 years. It was the last McDonald’s burger and fries in Iceland. Neither have aged on the video feed over 8 years! You may want to consider this the next time you choose to eat fries made with the chemical they use. And if you are after hair regrowth, consider where the hair will regrow.
So take that with a grain of salt. McDonald’s food doesn’t age or rot. That means nothing can grow on it. But other chemicals may turn us all into Wookies. Buyer beware!