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Postings on McDonalds’ employee resources site are warning workers to avoid eating too much fast food – including the kind of stuff served at the golden arches.
"Fast foods are quick, reasonably priced, and readily available alternatives to home cooking,” one post on the site says, according to CNBC. “While convenient and economical for a busy lifestyle, fast foods are typically high in calories, fat, saturated fat, sugar, and salt and may put people at risk for becoming overweight."
The posts, which appear to be designed by a third party vendor, are located in the site’s ‘Health Encyclopedia’ section.
One posting bashes a meal of a burger, fries and soda – McDonald’s staples – as an “unhealthy choice.”
reply to post by Indigent
Haaa sensible people realise the daily mail is not the most reliable source! Love how he has a whole camera team of news networks around him, but the supersize me guy just had his own personal video camera lol
Sorry for the short comment in my op.
Imagine that you are a vegetable producer (for exemple) and you use some farming methodes that make it beautiful and cheap but are not healthy to the people. So you tell "your" people they shouldn`t eat these vegetables but continue to sell it to the general public without saying anything about it. I don`t think this is an honest attitude, do you ?
You could tell everyone that although these are cheap, nice and can be tasty, it can still not be good to their heallth if they don`t consume it moderately and then it was up to them eat it or not, but I`d rather not sell it al all, but of course this is only my opinion and I don´t claim to be the owner of rightness and truthedit on 30-12-2013 by CosmicDude because: (no reason given)