#146878 - 03/09/0402:28 PMSalads are worse than burgers!!
At McD's, anyway:<br><br><font size=" 3">McDonald's Salad Has More Fat Than Cheeseburger</font><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>For example, on the new menu to be launched at the end of this month, a "Caesar salad with Chicken Premiere" contains 18.4 grams of fat compared with 11.5 grams of fat in a standard cheeseburger.<p><hr></blockquote><p>True, but how many people eat just one tiny cheeseburger at McD's?? They usually get at least two, and more often than not it's eaten with fries. A person ordering a salad usually gets that and nothing else.<br><br>
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That is not to mention the 25 different pesticides— reeeaaal healthy like!<br><br> [color:yellow]We rarely confide in those who are better than we are. </font color=yellow> [color:orange]Albert Camus </font color=orange>
Of course. Any salad with creamy dressing is loaded with fat. A steak and baked potato have less fat than a caesar salad.<br><br>However, if you compare that cheeseburger to a garden salad with vinaigrette dressing...<br><br>
Salads= Pesticides <br>Burgers= Growth Hormones and antibiotics (given to the animals, <br>passed onto you when you eat them)<br>…this is true for also every fast food restaurant.<br><br>Please read through some of this:<br>http://www.mcspotlight.org/<br><br> [color:yellow]We rarely confide in those who are better than we are. </font color=yellow> [color:orange]Albert Camus </font color=orange>
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