History Trivia / SuperSizeMe

21st May '16 1:10:05 AM lorgskyegon
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

*** As any food scientist will tell you, McDonald's fries don't decompose, not because or preservatives or anything scary, but because they are thin and have almost no water content. Bacteria, mold, and mildew can't grow without water. It's why a slice of bread in a plastic bag will grow mold but one left sitting on the counter will merely dry out and get stale.
19th Oct '13 9:18:34 AM TheMysteriousTroper
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** There was a scene in the extras on the DVD that wasn't in the movie, wherein four different foods from McDonalds and some chips bought from another location were placed in jars and left to decompose. All of them showed mold and the like... except the McDonald's fries. No mold at all. The experiment only ended because the food got thrown away by accident.

to:

** There was a scene in the extras on the DVD that wasn't in the movie, wherein four different foods from McDonalds [=McDonald=]'s and some chips bought from another location were placed in jars and left to decompose. All of them showed mold and the like... except the McDonald's [=McDonald=]'s fries. No mold at all. The experiment only ended because the food got thrown away by accident.
18th May '13 9:40:08 AM TheFunnyBrony
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie focuses on the health problems associated with the massive caloric intake associated with the amount of fat, sugar and carbohydrates he was eating, rather than what food scientists and deiticians primarily critisize fast (and junk) food for: being nutritionally bankrupt and full of "empty" calories.
** There was a scene in the extras on the DVD that wasn't in the movie, wherein four different foods from McDonalds and some chips bought from another location were placed in jars and left to decompose. All of them showed mould and the like... except the McDonald's fries. No mould at all. The experiment only ended because the food got thrown away by accident.

to:

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie focuses on the health problems associated with the massive caloric intake associated with the amount of fat, sugar and carbohydrates he was eating, rather than what food scientists and deiticians dieticians primarily critisize criticize fast (and junk) food for: being nutritionally bankrupt and full of "empty" calories.
** There was a scene in the extras on the DVD that wasn't in the movie, wherein four different foods from McDonalds and some chips bought from another location were placed in jars and left to decompose. All of them showed mould mold and the like... except the McDonald's fries. No mould mold at all. The experiment only ended because the food got thrown away by accident.
18th Dec '12 1:20:15 AM Zadia
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

** There was a scene in the extras on the DVD that wasn't in the movie, wherein four different foods from McDonalds and some chips bought from another location were placed in jars and left to decompose. All of them showed mould and the like... except the McDonald's fries. No mould at all. The experiment only ended because the food got thrown away by accident.
22nd Jan '12 7:50:34 PM SomeSortOfTroper
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* MoneyDearBoy: His wife would go on to release a health book called "The Great American Detox Diet" based on the detox diet techniques she used to bring her husband back to health. The book would have been largely overlooked were it not for the association with the film (and the quality of her "advice" is scientifically questionable to boot!).
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie focuses on the health problems associated with the massive caloric intake associated with the amount of fat, sugar and carbohydrates he was eating, rather than what food scientists and deiticians primarily critisize fast (and junk) food for: being nutritionally bankrupt and full of "empty" calories.

to:

* MoneyDearBoy: His wife would go on to release a health book called "The Great American Detox Diet" based on the detox diet techniques she used to bring her husband back to health. The book would have been largely overlooked were it not for the association with the film (and the quality of her "advice" is scientifically questionable to boot!).
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie focuses on the health problems associated with the massive caloric intake associated with the amount of fat, sugar and carbohydrates he was eating, rather than what food scientists and deiticians primarily critisize fast (and junk) food for: being nutritionally bankrupt and full of "empty" calories.calories.

----
This list shows the last 5 events of 5. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Trivia.SuperSizeMe