Why you should not eat at fast food restaurants
How many of you eat fast food more than three times a week? Do you eat it because it tastes good? Do you eat it because it’s cheap or because it’s fast and convenient? Do you know where they get it from, or how they cook it or what they use to cook it? On the other hand, not all fast food joints are bad for you; the most important thing to keep in mind is to know what you are eating and making smart decisions. Do you ever wonder how clean the kitchen is or the cooking conditions that take place? There are three types of fast food dangers; Illness, obesity and fast food financial danger. BODY
Illnesses caused by fast foods (M. Mayntz)
Food poisoning is one of today’s most visible fast food scares. 2.
Food poisoning comes from two main causes
Unsanitary cooking conditions
Improperly cooked food
Obesity from eating too much fast food (Dateline)
Obesity is a growing concern that affects all age groups but is more effective on people who eat fast food meals several times a week. B.
Making smart choices
1. Drink water instead of soda
2. Choose healthier side items
3. Opt for small portions or split the meal
4. Skip heavy condiments such as mayo or ketchup
C. Supersize Me is
Fast food financial dangers
Many people don’t realize the fast food financial danger that can quickly take over their wallet. B.
The average cost for a single person can range up the 5-7 dollars; however these costs can quickly escalate when eating at these fast food restaurants multiple times a week. 1.
Make fast food meals a treat and not a convenience
Avoid requesting larger sizes that add more to the bill
Use coupons and special deals to enjoy your treat at a lower cost C.
If you eat a Big Mac twice a week that’s $12.00, at the end of the month it will be $48.00 and at the end of the year it come out to be around $576.00.
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