McDonald's French Fry Oil Ingredient May Help Grow HAIR!

February 6, 2018
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Rare reports Japanese scientists may have discovered a way to stop balding! Researchers have found a chemical used in the oil McDonald's uses to cook fries can be used as a base... to grow hair follicles... :). The chemical, Dimethylpolysiloxane (used in silicone) is combined with vegetable oil to "reduce splatter when cooking." Yeah, makes you ask yourself "what am I eating when I eat McDonald's fries?" Food Babe Vani Hari reports Chick-fil-A, Dominoes, Five Guys, KFC and Taco Bell also use dimethylpolysiloxane in their products. Rare also reports dimethylpolysiloxane is found in the fluid in breast implants, caulk and adhesives, just to name a few. The Japanese scientists are so encouraged by their results and feel they may be able to create a way to use dimethylpolysiloxane towards hair loss prevention. Wonder if rubbing some McDonald's french fries on bald spots would help?