Date of publication: 2017-08-24 14:17
As the report says bluntly, food safety may scandalise the country and attract political attention, but it is the routine premature death by degenerative disease that extracts the greater ill-health toll ().
People need to realise that they have the CHOICE, its not the fast food industries fault. If you can 8767 t control your eating habits, and that of your child 8767 s, (and must I also add. bad parenting ) the choice is easy, stay away from the FF!
I can already hear the obese people saying but the ads on the TV make us want to eat their stuff..HERE 8767 S news for you, ONCE AGAIN THE CHOICE IS YOURS, turn off that TV and do some exercise!
The results of all the scrutiny of processed food are hardly scary, although some groups and writers try to make them appear that way. The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Food Additives Project, for example, has bemoaned the fact that the FDA directly reviews only about 75 percent of the ingredients found in food, permitting the rest to pass as “generally recognized as safe” by panels of experts convened by manufacturers. But the only actual risk the project calls out on its Web site or in its publications is a quote from a Times article noting that bromine, which has been in . foods for eight decades, is regarded as suspicious by many because flame retardants containing bromine have been linked to health risks. There is no conclusive evidence that bromine itself is a threat.
okay, well the fat people need to exersize!..
its not there fault that u want the SUPER SIZE of everything. thres this thing called a SALAD EAT IT!!! its not like u need BIG MACs JEEEZ =]]
b/c i eat fast food and im frickin skinny..:)
I am 67 YEARS old. I still wear the same size pants I wore in high school. I love cheescake, candy, pizza, and ahhh, cutchie, AND OTHER fattening THINGS. Yet, I remain "thin." WHY?????? I WORK FOR A LIVING, and CONTROL my intake. Not of "calleries" but of QUANTITIES!
The &ldquo common sense&rdquo reasoning behind the weight gain is that fast food is less healthy than other food, but this assumption is only partially correct.
I wish your attitude about these things were contagious here in the USA. To give you an example, I don't have a drivers license and never have and I CONSTANTLY get picked on for it. I'm 77. My whole family, my boyfriend, my boss, they all find it weird that I prefer to walk and take public transportation.
In 7565, the first Fast Food FACTS report documented the nutrition quality and marketing of fast food to children and youth. Three years later - using the same methods as the first report - Fast Food FACTS 7568 reveals how the fast food nutrition and marketing landscape has changed.
In this way, wholesome-food advocates have managed to pre-damn the very steps we need the food industry to take, placing the industry in a no-win situation: If it maintains the status quo, then we need to stay away because its food is loaded with fat and sugar. But if it tries to moderate these ingredients, then it is deceiving us with nutritionism. Pollan explicitly counsels avoiding foods containing more than five ingredients, or any hard-to-pronounce or unfamiliar ingredients. This rule eliminates almost anything the industry could do to produce healthier foods that retain mass appeal—most of us wouldn’t get past xanthan gum—and that’s perfectly in keeping with his intention.