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As much as we would love to think our Dippin’ Fish Strips were made from hand-caught cod expedited from the Caribbean, the reality of that is quite unlikely.
Fast food is made for the masses, which means more fillers, more preservatives, and less fresh, local ingredients.
Information about a therapy, service, product or treatment does not imply endorsement and is not intended to replace advice from your healthcare professional.
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While we can’t confirm the freshness of a Wendy’s Mediterranean chicken salad, we can safely assume it is better for you than a whopper and fries.
Whether you’re replacing chips with an apple, or fries with a side salad, you can certainly find something more nutritious and low-cal on the menu.
A single fast food meal could add 160 and 310 extra kilocalories to the daily caloric intake for teenagers and younger children, respectively.
Lack of vitamins such as A and C, and minerals such as magnesium and calcium, encourage the development of deficiency diseases and osteoporosis, as well as dental caries due to higher sugar intake.