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The Dangers of Fast Food

The fast food industry has added every single chemical that can legally help people with their food addiction. In fact, if you eat fast food and you stop eating it, you may actually experience withdrawal symptoms. It's like drugs. Not only that, the preservatives are so high in today's fast food burger that the product doesn't deteriorate. Fast food has been linked to an increase in obesity in adults and children. Obesity has reached epidemic proportions in our country, especially in children. Here are some surprising statistics to consider:

65% of American adults are overweight

30% of Americans are obese

According to the American Obesity Association, 127 million Americans are overweight, 60 million Americans are obese, and 9 million are "morbidly obese": they weigh 100 pounds more than they should.

In the last twenty years, the rate of obesity has doubled in children and three times in adolescents and adolescents.

As of September 2004, nine million American children between the ages of six and eighteen have been obese.

OBESITY:

KILLER Obesity-related diseases will kill 400,000 Americans this year - almost as much as smoking. Americans are so big that their coffin needs to be lifted!

Diseases related to obesity:

High cholesterol

High blood pressure

Heart disease

Breast cancer

Colon cancer

Gout

Arthritis

Asthma

Diabetes

Stroke

In 2003, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that one in three children born in the United States in 2000 will develop type 2 diabetes. The life expectancy of ten-year-olds with type II diabetes will average, between seventeen. and twenty-six years shorter than healthy children. Diabetes can cause heart attacks, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, and nerve damage to the lower leg that may cause amputation (82,000 of these cases occur annually). Diabetes is now the sixth leading cause of death in America.

Fast Food Everywhere

The rise of the fast food industry plays an important role in why our country is suffering from obesity. Fast food is everywhere: in big cities, small towns, shopping malls, airports, bus stations, schools, and even hospitals!

There are 31,000 McDonald's worldwide - nearly 14,000 of them in the U.S.

People eat fast food

Fast food has become cheaper and easier to buy. In 2004, Americans spent $ 124 billion on fast food. That same year, the American Journal of Preventive Medicine published a study showing that the percentage of fast-food calories in the American diet increased from 3 percent to 12 percent in the last twenty years.

Fast food culture was introduced to other countries around the world in the 1980s. In countries such as Japan and China, people have abandoned traditional healthy foods in favor of fast food and as a result, obesity and other diseases have increased.

Fast Food Restaurants Serving More

Not only is fast food everywhere, but fast food companies are encouraging consumers to eat more by offering larger-sized burgers, extra fries, and sodas.

Products like The Whopper, The Big Gulp, and Super Size eat large amounts of calories, sugar, and fat. Take a closer look: Your local 7-11 Gulp Double Soda holds 64 ounces of soda - that's half a gallon! It contains 48 teaspoons of sugar. A typical hamburger at a fast food restaurant weighs six glasses. In 1957, it weighed one ounce. According to one nutritionist, your average fast food meal is more than three meals.

The average meal at McDonald's has 1,550 calories.

Fast food is not good for us

We eat more nutritious foods. Most fast food foods are high in fat, high in sugar, high in calories, high in fat, high in salt, and in low fiber and nutrients. Because fast food lacks nutrients, after we eat it, we are not satisfied. It makes us hungry for longer.

Why children are at high risk

Our kids are exposed to ad attacks for fast food. The fast food chain spends over $ 3 billion annually on television advertising. They intentionally campaign for children to become lifelong customers. This is known as a cradle-grave advertising strategy. Researchers have found that children often recognize company logos, such as Golden Arches, before they can even recognize their own names.

In one year, American kids watch over 40,000 TV commercials. About 20,000 of these ads are for snacks: fast food, sweets, soda, and breakfast cereals. This means that your child sees a snack ad every five minutes while watching TV.

To motivate kids to eat fast food, companies like McDonald's have Happy Meals with free toys. McDonald's provides over 1.5 billion toys a year. Nearly one in every three new toys is given to American children each year from McDonald's or other fast food restaurants.

To combat this supposed advertising strategy, educating our children about healthy eating habits that are simple, fun, and tasty is paramount. By teaching our children how to eat fast food and how to eat healthier, they are empowered to make the right choices.

Fast food is packed with chemicals and preservatives.

Immediate food is not damaged. This is because it is loaded with chemicals and preservatives. Of course, a great video on YouTube calls The Bionic Burger a fun and informative way.

The link is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYyDXH1amic

This video is based on a true story. In 1991, a software engineer from Burlington, Vermont (he prefers to be unknown) went out with friends in Boston for New Year's Eve and stopped at McDonald's on his way home. He bought some cheeseburgers, ate one and put the other in his coat pocket for later.

She forgot about the burger in her pocket. A year later, he pulled his robe out of the closet, laid it down, and found a cheeseburger in his pocket on New Year's Eve. It looks the same. She is totally charmed. He told his friends and family but no one believed him. So he decided to start a burger museum to show everyone that this cheeseburger and hamburger burger couldn't be broken.

He started collecting burgers, every year. By the fall of 2004, he had collected a number of collections:

The original cheeseburger of 'McDonald's' from New Year's Eve

'92 Cheeseburger McDonald's and Big Mac

& # 39; 93 Burger King Hamburger

& # 39; 94 McDonald's Hamburger

& # 39; 95 - & # 039; McDonald's 03 Cheeseburgers

She kept it on a bookshelf in the open air lounge. This burger looks the same. Bun, meat, cheese, special sauce, oranges, even salads. They all maintain their shape, and color for over a decade!

The food should be broken.

Food should be the most biodegradable for all products. How can this burger not be broken? Damaged? Being a survivor?

My friends Len Foley and Rebecca Gauthier are unsure. They think it may be too much, or it's not true. So they went to buy a hamburger at McDonald's in Burbank, CA in February 2007.

They put it in their garage in the open air and left it there. Once a week they would come out and "check" their burgers. It will continue to look and smell the same. No animals, insects, or birds touch it. After a year, they began showing up at several health fairs along with some of Matt's burgers from his burger collection. Since then, they've added Mother's Twinkie, cupcakes, and other hamburgers to their collection. As of April 2008, there has been no change in food composition.

If you don't trust me, try it for yourself! Go invest money and buy burgers. (this is the only time I'll tell you to do something like this by the way!) Put it in your garage, or anywhere, and let it sit there. I think it's important to look at this for yourself so that you will know in depth the implications of what this means. Food is harmless because it cannot be natural.

We bring bionic burger museums to recent health events to show how fast food is made from chemicals, preservatives, dyes, and low quality ingredients. Hundreds and hundreds of people see burgers between the ages of one and eleven. None of them have been damaged. Adults and children are shocked. When people see first hand that fast food is not food, it has a powerful effect that can make them make the right choice: the choice to eat healthy, nutritious instead of chemicals, preservatives, fats, greases, and salts.

This video I mentioned was viewed by 1.3 million people on YouTube. It has been translated into 7 different languages, and is featured on 50,000 blogs. This shows that people want this information, they want to be informed because it gives us the power to make the right choices. You choose every day what you put into your body. Make the best choices and put foods in your body that will help you, not harm you.

When you put living foods in your body, they contain enzymes that naturally break down foods. Fruit maturation, for example, is an enzyme-controlled process. And these enzymes in the end, if they are not eaten, can be similar to fruits. So the fruit will eat on its own.

Well, this burger doesn't eat on its own. They were here twenty years later because no enzyme was present. These burgers are so loaded with preservatives that they look like buffers, as if they were made permanently, just like you would have shiny paintings drawn and placed on your wall. It's not food, it's something else. What's more, we don't know, but I'm really impressed that people can survive it.

Now I see that burger is nineteen, some are fifteen, sixteen. it looks like we now have the technology to build the world's first bionic burger! I recommend that if you are serious about your health, you CAN avoid fast food in ALL COSTS! There are so many healthy options that will not only appease your appetite, but deliver the vitamins and nutrients your body needs for peak performance. Please read all about tasty superfoods, superherbs, and other great healthy foods in one of our many other special reports at http://www.thebestdayever.com.



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