Nutrition in a fast food restaurant can be a slippery slope.
Don't think that just because, that is beef that
you are eating, that
it has all of the yummy goodness, for equivalent calories, of something
that is made from fresh ingredients in your kitchen.
All food is not created equal.
The methods used to make meat products, that can
be 'safely' handled in
a bullet proof system of production, that look appealing, can have some
ill effects on the nutritional balance of the meat product.
How do those Apple slices stay so not brown at
room temperature for so
How early does lettuce have to be picked in order
for it to go through
the distribution channel?
What keeps it so vibrant and green?
Are you actually getting the nutrients you need,
to go with the
calories you are getting in your fast food?
Look at the product you are being served…
What is on the packaging?
Is it just another ad?
Or does it actually tell you something positive
about the product?
If I'm going to go for a burger in California, I'm
going to In-N-Out
Plenty of cows in Southern Cal.
Produce shipped from local distributors.
As much I would like to tell you to just not eat
I know it's not going to happen.
But I can help you get the best stuff out of the
calories in fast food.
At least, all of the major players in the Fast
food industry are
working diligently to bring out healthier choices.
Many are bringing out entire new menus of "healthy" items, and many
give healthier options of sides to help balance out those ohhhh soooo
wonderful Combo meals with something other than fries.
Check out these Pages for information on the
following restaurants as
Fast Food can be a nutritional building block in
your daily calories.
But, it probably shouldn't be the only one.
A wide variety of foods is key to getting proper
It helps to balance out your needs.
Control of what you eat,
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