Do you eat fast food-does your kids eat at school.

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  1. persuader

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  2. BigDave

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    The link isn't working.
     
  3. persuader

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    you have to wonder what else they ok for food.
     
  4. PlayboyPenguin

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    It is really hard to take this website too seriously when this article is right next to one about "fat burning foods."

    That aside. I do not eat fast food. I used to eat it a lot but now I pretty much eat every meal at work. I do not even eat at home anymore. All we have in the fridge is a case of pepsi, a gallon of milk, butter, and ketchup. All I have in the cabinets is sardines and cereal. :eek:
     
  5. kentsboots

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    grow your own, or buy local! America needs to get up off its fat arse and cook more anyways...
     
  6. BigDave

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    That makes you think!
     
  7. PlayboyPenguin

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    PS: Just for the record...I use only local grass fed beef at my business. In fact it is Fulton's Natural Beef. :)
     
  8. willseeker

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    Don't eat fast food.

    Watched "fast food nation" and it disgusted me!

    It becomes an economic and philosophical discussion about what we're doing to ourselves and our planet.







    Will
     
  9. isher

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    Here's a quick and tried and true indicator,

    The BMI (body mass index).

    http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/?htf

    I'm 59 years old, 34" waistline, and my BMI is 23.1

    This has nothing to do with junk food, rather

    Bad eating habits, whether fast/junk food or other.

    Now, a note of explanation:

    Two years ago - my weight had been creeping up for years -

    From my 30 year old fighting trim of 175#.

    I was 200-206, and I was feeling like crap.

    Didn't change my diet, which was essentially healthy,

    Just ate less.

    Try it for yourself.


    isher
     
  10. the4thshake

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    Yay! The link above says I'm "normal" weight.
     
  11. wakejoe

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    No fast food here. Or Soda.

    I only eat quality burgers. :D
     
  12. Paulwa

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    Stay away from most fast foods, try Arby's instead their new $1 menu has things like Double Cheezers deluxe with all the fixins and instead of hamburger uses good thin sliced beef. :) at only $1.39....just jokin..I eat lots of fast food and lots of t-bone steaks (I cook myself on stovetop) and such and I'm not over weight...well not much anyway... Oh not jokin about the Double cheezers..they are pretty good. Just like a good deluxe hamburger but with roast beef instead.
    Paul
     

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