An Analysis of McDonalds Health Menu

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McDonalds is one of the most well known fast food restaurants in the world. It is so popular that it sells seventy-five hamburgers every second and is shockingly also the worlds largest toy distributor (Lubin, and Badkar.) The powerful company is an overwhelming influence not only in the worlds economy, but also the worlds holistic lifestyle and health; therefore, McDonalds must be carefully monitored-carefully monitored meaning every move, every change, every single action the company makes needs to be a healthy one. Since the McDonalds business is unbelievably large, it has to manufacture a lot of food, and in a fast food business more in numbers means lower quality. But the food served isn’t lower quality. The food is not even food. It …show more content…
Often hailed by a group of cult-like followers that wait religiously for it to return every year or so. It has been around since 1981 and returning periodically (Spector, and Bhasin). The McRib is a sandwich containing ribs, pickles, McRib sauce, and is served on hoagie style bread. It is argued by many that the McRib offers no real threat, as there have been no documented cases of sickness, hospitalization, or food poisoning; yet, the classic item keeps resurfacing again and again in the media. So then, what is the big deal about just another hoagie that obviously contains countless calories and fat in it just like every other fast food item in America? Well, this is not just another roll. This is a whole lot more than just a snack. What most people don’t know is that the sandwich’s sauce alone contains over twenty ingredients (Roberts). If that sounds like a lot of ingredients then consider the ingredient list for just the Bun. After listing all the ingredients in the bun Robert said “That’s almost 40 ingredients for the bun alone. Interesting that high-fructose corn syrup is the fourth ingredient considering it is known to cause pancreatic cancer.” There is no valid reason for a slice of bread to contain more than three simple ingredients, but the evil diner insists on using cheaper materials that also cause cancer. The sandwich is pure toxic poison. There is no reason to ingest over fifty ingredients

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