Have you ever asking yourself, what happens to a burger when it reaches your stomach?
If, so we present you a video of a simple research project showing us exactly what happens.
It is about a video in which a McDonald’s cheeseburger is dissolved in a concentrated solution of hydrochloric acid.
Researchers from The University of Nottingham will use hydrochloric acid because it is a chemical that is found in gastric acid—a digestive fluid that forms in the stomach—and aids the digestive process.So, they will dipped a burger in it for 3 and half hours.
The results are grimy, as the burger turned into a black sludge. Hydrochloric acid breaks down food in the early stages of digestion, so that means one of the first things that McDonald’s cheeseburger does when hitting your stomach is turn into goop.