According to the New York Post, a nutritionist in the United Kingdom has established a museum of supposedly undead fast food treats, ranging from French fries and pizza slices to hamburgers and fried chicken. TikTok followers got a sneak peek at the collection thanks to a video released by the nutritionist’s daughter Elif Kandemir.

The video received more than 3.3 million views as of Monday. It reveals pantry drawers brimming with food that appears to have been just purchased. The majority of the items are one to two years old, Kandemir said.

“My mum is a nutritionist helping to tackle obesity,” said the text accompanying the video. “These foods shown here are ultra-processed foods that 80% of the U.K. consume on a regular basis.”

Her mother, a psychiatrist, and nutritionist began collecting the dishes roughly two years ago, she stated in a follow-up video.

“Most of this food she’s been collecting over the last two years, so most of it is one to two years old,” Kandemir says in the following video.

“80% of the UK are now eating this diet, probably without knowledge of what they are eating,” Kandemir continues, then she mentioned a recent BBC program on British doctor Chris van Tulleken, who went on a strict junk food diet for four weeks. The experiment influenced van Tulleken’s health in every way—not only physically but also intellectually, as brain scans proved that the tempting treats had changed his brain to act more like a drug or alcohol addict.

“No food is off-limits, my mum is simply trying to encourage people to make better food decisions and live a happier, healthier lifestyle,” the daughter says in defense of her mother’s frighteningly long-running food experiment.