1. Jars of peanut butter contain insect fragments and rodent hair.
2. On average, the estimated calories in restaurant food have 100 more calories than they claim.
3. Packaged meat is often injected with salt water to "plump it up."
4. Babies would need to eat double the amount of manufactured baby food to get the same nutrients as a homemade meal offers.
5. If your NFL team loses a game, you're more likely to binge on junk food.
6. "Natural" vanilla, strawberry, and raspberry flavoring comes from a beaver's anal gland.
The actual additive is called castoreum, which is the excrement from a beaver's castor sacs. It's not just used in some ice creams, it's also an additive in ice tea, yogurt, gelatin, fruit-flavored drinks, and candy. Though, to be fair to castoreum, it's FDA approved...