McDonald's wants its employees to know that fast food is unhealthy. The company famous for its Big Mac hamburgers and fries has language on its resource site McDonalds.Mynurturelife.com advising workers that instead of eating fast food, they should look for healthier options.
McDonald's is currently investigating the posts on the website, which were written by a third party vendor called Adam. The posts were still live on the site at the time of publication.
Under a section of the website titled "fast food tips," a picture of a fast food meal of fries, a burger and a soft drink are labeled "unhealthy choice" and a picture of a meal of a submarine sandwich, salad and a water are labeled as "healthier choice."
There are no submarine sandwiches on the McDonald's menu. And the red container of fries bears an uncanny resemblance to the McDonald's red containers of fries.
"Fast foods are quick, reasonably priced, and readily available alternatives to home cooking," reads one post on the site under a picture of a hamburger and fries. "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."
So just in case you had any doubt in your mind, fast food, including McDonald's fast food, is high in calories and might make you fat.
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