The garbage you eat?
That can of soda, cooking spray you are about to use? Or what is really in the burger from “Burger King”? As the world population started to grow in the last thirty years, so did the demand to satisfy everything from our sweet tooth to grabbing dinner via a fast food drive thru to avoid slaving over the stove to prepare dinner, after a long day at work, and heavy traffic on our commute home.
The more society consumed the bigger profits corporations stood to make. Eventually overtime quantity won over quality while shortcuts taken to save cost and to yield “fat” profits while the consumer got tricked into thinking that what we were consuming was not all that bad for us.
I am not suggesting that everyone stop eating out, and leave the junk food behind. But unless we start to educate ourselves on what we are consuming, the more we are putting our health at risk later down the road
- Burger King re-rolls out Big Mac-buster Big King (usatoday.com)
- Some dollar menu items are passing the buck (kansascity.com)
- Now Hiring Must Be Mexican at Burger King in Ephrata, WA (americanforchange.com)
- Hamburger chef Jamie Oliver proves McDonald’s burgers “Unfit for human consumption” (sott.net)
- Food Choices Not Influenced by Mandatory Calorie Postings at Fast-Food Chains (medindia.net)
- Junk Food is Addicting and Killing People (fromthetrenchesworldreport.com)
- Retraining the Brain On Eating Habits: Eliminating Processed Foods (from-the-heart.net)
- Why Eating Quick, Cheap food is actually expensive (dmhealthcoach.wordpress.com)
- Why Does In-N-Out Pay So Well? (kcet.org)
- No, food stamps don’t cause obesity (dailykos.com)