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Fast Food (Definition)
Fast food is food that is prepared quickly through a standardized method and is provided at cheap restaurants. Examples of fast food include pizza, burgers, and French fries. Fast food is often loaded with excess sodium, fat, and calories, and increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. ...Read more
Not enough: Interesting question. While it might be state specific, health departments don't test ice for bacteria and fungus, and they only do a visual inspection. The requirement to pass is the ice machines must be maintained enough to be clean at sight and touch. Freezing does not necessarily kill organisms, and dangerous bacteria and fungi have been found in ice from restaurants. Bagged ice may be safer. ...Read more
Home meals healthy: Meals prepared properly at home are probably the most healthy you can regulate how much salt, fats and other ingredients go into your meals. You also choose the ways they are prepared and the proportion sides you want. So it would be best if possible to prepare your own meals at home. ...Read more
Quite variable: as it obviously is very dependent on what and how much your eating. In general, "fast food" is more calorically dense without being as nutritionally dense as heathy food options. But many heathy foods like nuts and various oils also are quite calorically dense too. ...Read more
There is no: one in the world who benefits from ingestion of junk food, except the stockholders of the company that sells it. ...Read more
Why are the kiddie meals even at good restaurants the same chicken fingers, mac n cheese, pizza, etc?
Time for a change: Because market analysis indicates thats what little kids like the most. Perhaps it's time for them to explore new food choices as michelle obama recently stated. ...Read more
Losing weight too fast? Stopped eating meat and sweets. 3 meals a day, no snacks. Eating fruits, veggies, eggs, beans. Losing 5 lbs per wk. Goal 20.
Weight loss: No, sounds great. Stick with your goal. Upcoming weeks may slow the rate of loss--that is normal. ...Read more
Not necessarily: While BPA is hazardous because of its hormone-disrupting estrogenic effects, the problem is that cans without BPA use alternatives like BPF, BPS, vinyl and polyester that may be as or more toxic than BPA and it is hard to learn what alternatives are being used! See http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/1408989/ and https://ireadlabelsforyou.com/bpa-free-cans-safe-or-toxic/ and http://tinyurl.com/lsefng7 ...Read more
A wise young woman!: http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes_menus/recipe_slideshows/healthy_recipes_for_one_serving there are other sites too. You'll do well since you seem to want to do well. Also, don't be afraid of left-overs - they can even be better and can save work & time. You have a fine life ahead of you - enjoy it! ...Read more
How much more does it cost to eat healthy farmers market food than storebought or processed food?
Farmers' food: It is always healthy to supplement with natural produce, shop around for good prices. ...Read more
If you make it so: The quality of your lunch depends on what you eat. In general, the premade cooler section supermarket lunches are loaded with sugar, trans fats, salt, and have relatively little to offer nutritionally. Packing a healthy lunch at home may take some practice if used to school food or premade supermarket lunches. Your pediatrician can help as can a nutritionist. ...Read more
Usually : Yes usually safe. They wash their veggies before serving them. ...Read more
Metabolism: The outward appearance that you describe may be related to the metabolism of the patient. They may be able to break down all that junk food so that they do not appear fat. However, don't be deceived as there may be manifestations in blood sugars and cholesterol that you may not see outwardly.These can have long term effects such as leading to chronic diseases like hypertension or diabetes mellitus. ...Read more
Bloodpressure 119-122/67-73 hr 70 before any food. 136/69 - hr 79 after cheese and chips with bread. Can feel heart beat harder. 21 male, no diabetes.
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