Friday, February 10, 2006

Disaster food

Things never get easier for McDonald's. Everyone knew that its food was really bad for you. That's why they call it junk food, right. Well, apparently it's worse than that, not only is it bad for you it's really bad for you.

McDonald's doesn't just have fat, it has now revealed it has secret fat. Its fries apparently contain a third more deadly trans fats than previously revealed.

  In a packet of large fries, you will now be gifted a whole eight grammes of trans fats (up two places from last week's six) and a total fat gift of 30 grammes (up five grammes).

You have to hand it to Ronald the guy packs a fatty punch. Personally I hardly know how they do it, how they squeeze in those little extra grams of fat.

Better still, McDonalds's had been rebranded by its detractors. It's no longer just junk food according to the Centre for Science in the Public Interest, oh no, now it's nutritional disaster food.

I can see that catching on with the cool kids, "Hey guys, anyone up for some disaster food?" Posted by Picasa


At 10:24 AM, Blogger Jo said...

Cool Kids eating junk food....mmm...I think you got that wrong Gordon, it's all kids eating junk food ! I am contactly surrounded by the media, the gorvernment and parents asking "What should we do about the obesity problem in the UK?" A very simple solution...cut the working hours of parents! Parents are not spending enough hours at home to watch over their children and make sure that they eat properly. Family time doesn't exist anymore and dinners are spent eating in front of the TV.

Not a diificult solution to come by when you think about it really...

At 10:54 AM, Blogger Gordon said...

I was really talking about the use of slang "Disaster food" being picked up, rather the food. I get that everyone eats it. Well mostly

At 1:38 PM, Blogger Jo said...

Thanks Gordon, I got what you were talking about, but I felt like pointing out what might not be such an obvious topic?

Some things never change....stop being so "Correct" all the time.


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