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Comparing and contrast burger king. By harry U mmole and Sam Michael. Normal diet . 7oz of grains 3 cups of vegetables 2 cups of milk 6oz of meat and beans. Burger king diet. 3140 calories 34 sat. fat 325mg. Cholesterol 171g sugar 391g carbohydrate 147g fat 2 trans fat 75g

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Comparing and contrast burger king

Comparing and contrast burger king

By harry Ummole and Sam Michael


Normal diet

Normal diet

  • 7oz of grains

  • 3 cups of vegetables

  • 2 cups of milk

  • 6oz of meat and beans


Burger king diet

Burger king diet

  • 3140 calories

  • 34 sat. fat

  • 325mg. Cholesterol

  • 171g sugar

  • 391g carbohydrate

  • 147g fat

  • 2 trans fat

  • 75g

  • 4750mg sodium


Negative aspects of a burger king diet

Negative aspects of a Burger King diet

  • High in calories, fat, and sodium.

  • It high energy density which makes us eat more than we otherwise would.

  • Fast food may increase the risk of clogged arteries that can lead to heart attacks

  • A fast food diet could lead to obesity.


Summery

Summery

  • People should have a well balance meal every day. A burger king diet compared to a healthy diet contains high calories, fat, and sodium. people should not go on a fast food diet because it has long term health risks such as obesity, diabetes, and risk of heart attack. A health diet gives you the calories you need everyday.


S ources

Sources

  • http://ezinearticles.com/?6-Negative-Effects-Of-Eating-Fast-Food&id=175205

  • Health Wellness

  • http://www.bk.com/en/us/menu-nutrition/index.html

  • http://www.mypyramidtracker.gov/planner/


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