Fast food is 'unhealthy', McDonalds tells its own staff

McDonalds issues health advisory
New Delhi, Dec 26: Next time you take a bite of the big juicy burger at McDonalds, think twice because the fast food giant has issued an advisory to its own employees asking them to stay away from fast food.

The advisory, was however removed later from their website after many reactions poured in.

The post read: "Fast foods are quick, reasonably priced, and readily available alternatives to home cooking. While convinient and economical for a busy lifestyle, fast foods are typical high in calories, fat, saturated fat sugar and salt and may put people at the risk of becoming overweight."

Later the advisory was taken down from the website

The post was accompanied with a picture of a cheese burger, with fries and a soft drink on the other side was a contrasting picture of a glass of water, salad, a ham and a salad sandwich, which it termed as a healthier option.

In the past McDonalds has faced a lot of criticism for promoting unhealthy food, but the organisation has always maintained that it only offered healthy food option, keeping in mind the best of health practises.

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