Will Eating This Burger Make You Go Into Labor?

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Can this burger make you give birth?

Pregnant women across the country are flocking to a restaurant in Minnesota for the burger they hope will induce their labor. 

It all started with Kelsey Quarberg, co-owner of The Suburban, the restaurant that serves the burger in question. She was taste-testing new burgers two weeks before her due date when something unexpected happened. 

"I figured I'm almost nine months pregnant, I can have as many cheeseburgers as I want!" she told Inside Edition. "I ate the whole cheeseburger and probably finished around 8 p.m. that night and by 2 a.m. that night I had gone into labor."

Thus, the Labor Inducer was born. 

But don't take Quarberg's word for it; other satisfied moms are also saying it worked for them. 

"We came in on my due date ... resigned to the fact that I was going to be pregnant for another week, so of course I had to get the burger, it was fate, ate the whole thing, and at 10 p.m. that night started having contractions and had [my daughter] shortly after," Katy Engel told Inside Edition. 

So what's so special about the burger?  

"It's just really greasy and indulgent — I think it was the greasy food that my body needed to motivate me to just relax, kick back and push out this baby," said Quarberg. 


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