Nutritionist keeps McDonald’s, pizza and donuts in the cupboard for TWO years for research purposes to prove it ‘never spoils’ – and there’s not a trace of mold in sight
- Woman from Essex went to TikTok and shared how her mother is a nutritionist
- Study Shown With Loads Of Food She Claims To ‘Never Go Off’
- Includes everything from McNuggets, chips, pizza, donuts and candy
A woman has had stomach churning across the country after sharing a clip of her research nutritionist mother’s closet, which contains drawers of foods she claims will “never go bad.”
The TikTok user, known only as @elifgkandemir, of Essex, shared a short inside-the-box video featuring everything from McDonald’s chicken nuggets, burgers and fries, pick ‘n’ mix candies, sausage rolls, pizza and donuts.
According to the young woman who captioned the clip, “Do you still fancy that burger?” her mother kept the various processed foods in the drawers for two years for research purposes.
In the video, Elif can be heard explaining, “This is my mom’s food cupboard full of food that never spoils. My mother is a nutritionist and helps to tackle obesity.’
A TikTok user, known only as @elifgkandemir, from Essex, shared a clip of her nutritionist mom’s closet filled with research, which contains drawers of foods she claims “never spoil” (pictured)
The cabinet includes everything from McDonald’s chicken nuggets, burgers and fries (left), pick ‘n’ mix candies, sausage rolls, pizza (right) and donuts
‘These foods shown here are ultra-processed foods that 80% of the UK consumes on a regular basis.’
In a second clip, she provides additional information about her mother’s food and plans for it.
“Most of this food has been collected over the past two years, so most of it is one to two years old,” she says.
‘80% of the UK are now eating this diet probably without knowing what they are eating, a recent BBC One documentary titled “What Are We Feeding Our Kids” involved Dr. Chris van Tulleken who exclusively ate this type of diet for a period of one month with devastating results.
Elif claims that the foods featured in the clip are ‘ultra-processed foods that 80% of the UK consumes regularly’. Pictured, McDonald’s chicken nuggets, burgers and fries
Elif claims most of the food her mother has collected in the past two years, so most of it is one to two years old. Pictured, donuts
And while it’s true that you can have anything and everything in moderation, 80% of a person’s diet shouldn’t consist of these foods.
“No food is forbidden. My mom is just trying to encourage people to make better food decisions and live happier, healthier lives.”
The post has received more than 212,000 likes and thousands of comments from shocked social media users.
“Why on earth would anyone go to such lengths to organize stale food,” one joked, while a second wrote, “Omg, I hope your mom starts TikTok to educate people that this would be so interesting.”
A third commented, “Wow! is madness! It’s so hard to be healthy,” while a fourth commented, “I thought this was a snack cabinet.”
A fifth enthusiastically: ‘Damn it. I wouldn’t want to be drunk there!’
In the comment section, one person wrote: ‘Omg I hope your mom starts TikTok to educate people that this would be so interesting’ (pictured)