Chemical used to make McDonald's fries could be cure to baldness, study says
McDonald's beloved french fries may hold the answer to curing baldness.
McDonald's beloved french fries may hold the answer to curing baldness, according to a new study.
Researchers in Japan at Yokohama National University used an ingredient found in the oil used to make McDonald's fries on mice, according to a report by Newsweek.
The scientists soon noticed that the ingredient, a silicone helped the mice begin to grow black hair.
Before you get too excited and order extra fry grease, there is a catch.
The test has not been conducted on people yet. Not all studies that work on animals translate as successfully to humans.