Fast Food – Making cute girls fat and sick
Anyone who knows me, knows my position on processed and “fast” food. Whether in a box, bag, jar at your grocery store or served up to you through a drive through like a steaming bag of… well, feces… which is actually healthier for you to eat once cooked. After all, you eat fast food, you are eating feces (and an allowed percentage of insect matter). Might as well pick up a turd, flatten it into a patty, drop it on a grill and cook that sucker up. Would you like some sesame seeds and corn with that, hold on we are pinching one off now. “EWWWWW, Jim that is disgusting” you say? Well, if you eat fast food, you should be able to stomach anything. My disgusting statement should be the least of your concerns. Want to go into the animal suffering, pollution and heath issues caused by the fat food industry? THE TRASH PRODUCED TO MAKE THE STEAMING PILES IN YOUR SACK WEIGHS MORE THAN THE SUPPOSEDLY EDIBLE GARBAGE WITHIN! When the waste outweighs the product, there resides an indicator to a very big problem.
Here’s a quick list of things often found in fast food meat:
– Insects (often cockroach pieces)
– Rat feces and hair
– Metal shavings
– Tapeworms, E. coli bacteria, Listeria bacteria, Salmonella bacteria and Measles virus
Meat from factory farms (where fast food meat comes from) is far more likely to be contaminated than meat from farms with “grass fed cows and free roaming chickens”.
In this “shock” culture, someone needs to step up to the “plate” and shock our societies take on fast food.
Now that I have your attention, you and find some hard data in pages I put here:
As far as “shocking society into a realization”, data and facts just won’t do it. We are all inundated with so much contradictory corporate generated B.S. that we don’t know what is real and who lurks behind the words we hear and read. Many examples come to mind like; how healthy a sugar cereal is and “all natural” breakfast sausage biscuits. Wrap it in a jingle, a cute outfit, a hot mom feeding her skinny little pre-teen a helping of this luscious goodness and everyone seems to bite right into the 10 second hook, 10 second line line and 10 second sinker even though it is all a bold faced lie. Or even wrap it up in a wrap! Those sandwich wraps are healthier right? Nope, sorry. Bread has actually far less fat and carbs than one of those wraps. The marketing has you believing otherwise doesn’t it?
Rule of thumb, if you heard it in a commercial, it isn’t true. commercials are million dollar 30 second attempts to make a product look as good as possible, period.
How about showing a reality like a 10 year old kid with a muffin top (roll of fat lapping over wasteline) in the car going through a drive through with a parent who “just does not have time” to cook. When in fact, cooking a quick meal is cheaper, healthier, more environmentally friendly, better for the economy and faster! Faster? Make enough so there are left-overs…Duh.. Be sure not to miss your TV show, update your social network page and check your e-mail first. You know, the stuff more important than cooking a healthy meal.
So, need a shock eh, built you up to a frenzy and need a fix? Here ya go:
Turd Burger (feces on a bun) -vs- Typical McBurger:
Serving Size: 1 Sandwich
Servings Per Container: 1
Feces: | Typical Fast Food Burger: Calories: 294 | 535 Calories from fat: 42 | 258 Total fat: 30g | 29g Sat. fat: 10g | 14g Trans fat: 0g | 3g Total Carbohydrate: 45g | 39g Dietary Fiber: 12g | 2g Sugars: 3g | 9g Protein: 31g | 30g Iron 2mg | n/a Sodium 40mg | 1176mg Potassium: 60 mg | n/a
Naturally, the food consumed to make the turd has an impact on the nutritional value unlike the consistent crap in the McBurger.
Cat turds are EVEN BETTER! Oh yum! Ask your dog…
Compare that to your favorite fast food. Now, EAT UP!
On a diet? Lose the bun.. Don’t forget the diet soda! Jeeze…
Soda you say? Well, don’t drink fast food soda either!
Coliform bacteria was detected in 48% of the beverages and 20% had a heterotrophic plate count greater than 500 cfu/ml. […] More than 11% of the beverages analyzed contained Escherichia coli [E. Coli] and over 17% contained Chryseobacterium meningosepticum. Other opportunistic pathogenic microorganisms isolated from the beverages included species of Klebsiella, Staphylococcus, Stenotrophomonas, Candida, and Serratia. Most of the identified bacteria showed resistance to one or more of the 11 antibiotics tested.
Don’t forget the enviornmental impact either. Rain forests are being destroyed to mass farm meat in conditions and methods illegal in U.S.. Rain forests are also being cleared to grow feed for these animals! HEY YOU, CONSUMER, STOP THIS DESTRUCTION AND GLOBAL CRISIS!
Amazon destruction linked to fast food