Trans fat ban made fast food healthier
New York City now has hard evidence that its ban on trans fat in restaurant food made a meaningful dent in people's consumption of the artery clogger and wasn't just replaced with another bad fat.Full Story
Since: Apr 08
#1 Jul 17, 2012
well duh! If you take the transfats, chemicals etc out, of course it will be healthy!! but ,,it wont be fast food, eventually it will be moms home cooking... you cant have it both ways..
“I care more about my character”
Since: Jun 11
...... then my reputation
#4 Jul 17, 2012
Personally, I think it's up to the individual what he puts in his mouth. Even home cooked food can be unhealthy.
And who's to say what other problems might pop up when they replace one filler/fat/product with another.
Gee whiz! It's enough to make your head spin.
Since: Feb 09
#6 Jul 17, 2012
fast food places have been around for a long time.
if i was worrying about my diet, then i simply wouldnt go there.
end of story.
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