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Sorry to break the news to you, but it can either be fast food or healthy, not both. This is because fast food is food plunged into a bath of boiling oil, yes its nasty FATTY oil that isn't healthy! Healthy food is that without the nasty fatty oil oozing out of it and cooked properly and has lots of nutrients. :D
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Food suppliers. For McDonald's, the company's name is Martin Brower.
They use the usual, same products you can get at any grocery store. These include ketchup, mustard, mayo, lettuce, onions, pickles, etc. That is correct if you are asking what… comes with a meal from a fast food restaurants. The correct answer for your question is corn. If you watch the movie, King Corn, a documentary about corn, it will answer your questions about most processed foods in America. Fast food is almost all corn. The meat is meat you might say, but they feed animals corn to fatten them up and when processed, you are actually eating corn. Good documentary if you don't mind knowing what you are actually eating.
Ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, cheese, etc.
no not at all
This would depend on the restuarant you are visiting. As a rule of thumb probably not. However you can look it up to see if what you are eating is healthy. Try this website: h…ttp://freefastfoodfacts.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=34&Itemid=53 Just scroll through until you find the restuarant you want to eat at, and then just find the food you want to eat in their pdfs and add it all up. Hope this helps. Jim
This depends on what your definition of healthy food is. Fast food chains are growing larger and richer everyday, so its sometimes hard to find a healthy restaurant. But there… are places like Subway or Blimpies where you can make a healthy meal yourself according to what you want where. There are still places where you can pick up a salad or wrap, but its harder now to tell how many healthy restaurants there are now, in the shadow of fast food dominance.
It is helpful to understand what the government allows in feed or to be used in conventional production:Dairy cows - antibiotics, pig & chicken byproducts, hormones (for growt…h), pesticides, sewage sludgeBeef cows - antibiotics, pig & chicken byproducts, steroids, hormones, pesticides, sewage sludgePigs - antibiotics, animal byproducts, pesticides, sewage sludge, arsenic-based drugs (growth hormones are prohibited)Broiler chickens - antibiotics, animal byproducts, pesticides, sewage sludge, arsenic-based drugs (growth hormones are prohibited)Egg laying hens - antibiotics, animal byproducts, pesticides, sewage sludge, arsenic-based drugs If you would like to know more, go on Helpguide.org and type in: Understanding Organic Food Labels, Benefits, and ClaimsIf you have any questions, E-mail: email@example.com
No the food at fast food resturants are not real. Its all a giant conspiracy that the corporate powerhouses trick you into believing that fast food provides the same nutrition… and energy as real food. What you are eating is infact make believe food, that is created by our imagination. If we open our eyes to the real world that we live in we can destroy the stranglehold that corporations have over us
They add salads.
This depends entirely on the restaurant. Places such as Taco Bell and their cantina bowl are actually a great alternative to the other wise pretty unhealthy listings. As oppos…ed to say McDonalds who's "healthier" alternatives are only marginally better. The places with actually healthy alternatives are usually pretty popular.
Fast food restaurants are becoming more aware of the health benefits that need to be offered to their customers and therefore a number of fast food restaurants are now offerin…g healthy alternatives. Some of these restaurant are McDonald's, Taco Bell and Wendy's.
Yes , its possible to make an affordable yet healthy fast food restaurants since it's cheap, tasty, and, best of all, convenient.