Soo I just started working at McDonalds (so wrong, I know, but it's basically all a teen can do) and I don't know what to do about lunch. I usually work 5am to 1pm, and I tried eating a huge breakfast and skipping lunch for a while, but i pretty... (more)
My in-laws are generously taking our entire family on a four day trip to Chicago. I KNOW I will be eating McDonalds at least once, but more likely twice to three times a day. It happens every time we travel with them. Yes, I know McDonalds is... (more)
I finished my sophomore year of college at 255lbs, heaviest I've ever been. For context, I'm 6'2. Did Atkins, got down to 177. Studied abroad second semester of junior year in Hong Kong. Went from eating moderate carb to much higher carb. It... (more)
I'm not sure if this is a question I should be asking on PH, but I would like all of your opinions. Here it goes. My mom is sooo hellbent on getting me to work at McDonalds. She is convinced it is the only place that will hire me at my age, and... (more)
Don't settle too quickly on the dichotomy between MacDonald's versus "I haven't had much luck finding a job I want" (my paraphrase). Create a list of jobs you COULD take if hired. Start with values you identify with, such as Whole Foods or some... (more)
I saw someone walking with a bag of McDonald's food today and wondered how Paleo dieters think about people who eat at McDonald's. Do you feel scared for that person's health? Do you feel regret that you once ate that stuff yourself? Do you... (more)
Are they planning to force feed me Chicken McNuggets? ... If not, then I don't give a damn about what is in their McDonald's bag or what they plan to do with it.
Since these nuggets, and perhaps sausages as well, are made from the least noble animal parts, they probably come from a bolus of carcass, marrow and offal. Doesn't this make them a healthy snack? More importantly, can't we actually make these... (more)
If that's all they were made out of, sure, they'd be healthy. But from my understanding they are made by mechanically separating, bleaching, extruding, breading and then deep frying those ingredients in industrial oil.
I have a co-worker who everyday eats a Big Mac, large fries, Soda and lots of processed refined sugars throughout the day (vending machine junk). The guy is only 25 years old and is in very good looking physical shape. Complete with six pack and... (more)
http://thefinaledition.com/article/from-pharma-to-table-the-mcdonalds-pfizer-merger.html I got a laugh and thought I'd share. It's written by John Fugelsang. Oh, wait this is supposed to be in the form of a question, isn't it? Um, how about IS... (more)
The short answer is obviously No. However, I want to see what people think about a McDonalds hack that I've been implementing. I order 3 McDoubles plain (ie no sauce) and only eat the cheese and meat, which sums to 3 slices of cheese and 6... (more)
For those of you who know Lyle McDonalds, you can hate him all you want, but the guy knows a thing or two about nutrition. While browsing through a number of his articles I've read one where he recommends eating a meal at most every 4 or 5 hours... (more)
I ate JUST 2 bites of a McDonald's cheeseburger and within the hour, I threw up. Would the reason I got sick, be the cheeseburger or something else? It seems too short of time, for it to have been the cheeseburger as I have had food poisoning... (more)
I've read plenty of books on paleo diet. I've been practising it for ten years. But unfortunately I'm still wondering where is better to have meals every day, at Hesburger or Mcdonald's? I'm looking forward to your answers.
I love McDonalds, and I love the Paleo lifestyle. Not so much the diet just the ability to break away from social conventions such as courtesy and bathing regularly. I want to become more Paleo by incorporating the diet into my life, but I do... (more)
I have a friend that treats McDonald's as a privilege that she allows her kids to enjoy. My question is - is it right to treat McDonald's as a privilege and if so, is that putting the wrong idea into your child's mind that this is something to... (more)
I prefer the option of giving them wholesome treats, and letting them know that pretty much anything at McDonald's is on the same level as eating out of the trashcan. Find any type of cheat as a substitute for that.
I am not sure if this is supposed to be investigative journalism - so far it's like one long infomercial for McD's. But it looks like there's some actual critique coming up.