(NaturalNews) The Health Ranger’s forensic food investigation of Chicken McNuggets two months ago is making new waves across the industry. A new study published in the American Journal of Medicine appears to have been inspired by the Natural News publishing of photos revealing “strange fibers” in Chicken McNuggets, and it is now exploding across the mainstream media.
“Chicken Nuggets Contain Skin, Tissue, Blood Vessels and More,” blares one headline.
Another headline from The Atlantic says, “The Three Grossest Sentences You’ll Read About Chicken Nuggets Today.”
All the stories refer to a forensic microscopic investigation of chicken nuggets revealing that they contain all sorts of mysterious ingredients which are not chicken meat.
The study was conducted by Dr. Richard deShazo, UMMC professor of medicine, pediatrics and immunology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. The study appears to have been inspired by my original research conducted months earlier. See the published microscopic photos of my original research at:
These stories were published on the Drudge Report and hundreds of other websites, but the mainstream media of course ignored them because the media has been ordered to never link to NaturalNews.com, even when we are the source of original research.
University scientists independently reproduce and confirm Health Ranger’s original scientific findings
What’s fascinating about this research published in the American Journal of Medicine is that it appears to be strangely similar to my original forensic food investigations story published here on Natural News. Even the explanation of the lead researcher sounds very similar to what I wrote months earlier.
As Dr. Richard deShazo says in his video:
“As soon as he did the autopsy on the chicken nugget, he said you gotta come look at this. I can’t believe it, there’s very little meat in this chicken nugget, it’s mostly other stuff.”
This is very similar to my own findings from the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, published on August 16, 2013, where I stated: