Is Mcdonald's The 'cheapest, Most Nutritious Food In Human History?

Interesting point of view!


 


Is the McDonald's McDouble the 'cheapest, most nutritious and bountiful food that has ever existed in human history?


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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2380548/Is-McDonalds-McDouble-cheapest-nutritious-bountiful-food-existed-human-history.html


Katolotus

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  • LOL that's all I got....


    BUTTER TEA

  • "Junk food costs as little as $1.76 per 1,000 calories, whereas fresh veggies and the like cost more than 10 times as much"


    "where else but McDonald’s can poor people obtain so many calories per dollar?"


     


    Butter - 1000 calories - less than a dollar


    Rice - 1000 calories - less than a dollar


    Oats - 1000 calories - about $1.50


    Rice dextrose - 1000 calories - about $1.50


    Home grown veg - 1000 calories - practically free


    Home raised chickens for eggs - 1000 calories - practically free


     


    real issues are probably with quality red meat and fish sources; cost, sustainability etc.

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  • katolotuskatolotus ✭✭✭

    Think they should say Meal instead of food!


     


    Food is a push and a meal means you can't say butter or rice is cheaper, as in theory it's not a meal, plus with rice, you'd need to spend to cook it.


     


    Stupid argument really!


    Katolotus

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  • katolotuskatolotus ✭✭✭

    It gets worse!


     


    The bread that can help you get fitter, not fatter:


    Loaf contains SEVEN TIMES as much protein as regular bread - and it's full of Omega 3 too


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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2373651/Could-Dr-Zaks-Protein-Bread-containing-SEVEN-times-usual-protein-change-way-eat-forever.html


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  • i think its important to pay attention to not just what good stuff it has that your body can use, but what are you looking to avoid? 


     


    i think reading Fast Food Nation should be a pre-requisite to reading the Mcdonalds article. 


  • PeterFragonPeterFragon DJ Uplift
    edited July 2013
    Franken Food!!!

    Food "like" products..


    Yuck!

    BUTTER TEA

  • This is a hilarious rationalization.


  • katolotuskatolotus ✭✭✭

    McDouble sandwiches (as in McDouble wrapped in High protein bread) all round then ;-)


     


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  • MaverickAzzMaverickAzz Powerful

    As a side note, you know what makes me sick about Macca's marketing? The use of the word "meal." A burger and coke is just "a burger and coke" but when you add those fucking poisonous fries, it becomes a "meal." Suddenly, it's acceptable to eat on a subconscious level.


     


     


    PS Macca's = aussie slang for MacDonalds.


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  • Epic meal time guys found a way to make the burgers into a meal without the fries. Much respect to the innovated youth.


     


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