The Secret Behind Whipped Cream

 

I bet you have done this and might have felt guilty about it.

But actually there is less than one gram of sugar in one serving. Jaques won’t have to worry about the sugar amount.

What he does need to worry about is getting addicted to highly toxic Nitrous oxide — which is the gas used to shoot the whipped cream into his mouth!

Some effects of it is nausea, vomiting, dizziness, numbness, slurred speech, confusion, hallucinations and fainting. Oh and did I mention that those are just the short-term effects of Nitrous oxide. Some long-term effects are: damage to the heart tissues, an irregular heartbeat, nerve damage, and bone marrow suppression.

The main danger is that it deprives the brain of oxygen, which could lead to fainting, comas, or death.

But it’s not ALL bad:  It is used in dental or surgical uses.  You may know it as “laughing gas“. Granted that is given to you by trained doctors, so it’s probably safe then. Plus your probably not going to get addicted if you do this every now and again, but don’t say I didn’t warn you. At least you won’t have to worry about diabetes!

#whippedcreamssecret

#nitrousoxide 

By Jaques and Jadon

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