In one’s daily web search for information regarding health and fitness trends, sometimes people can decipher information to be true and completely factual. For example one minute one might read that caffeine is bad for one’s health and the next article weeks later may promote the health benefits of this ingredient. The same thing can be said for with regards to drinking wine or eating specific food groups such as fruit and vegetables, meats and so on. Recently there was an article about a man that eats many Big Macs as part of his regular diet, without suffering any major health issues or weight gain. The writer finds this story hard to believe because of his own experience eating fast food.
Case in point, many years ago the writer gained some considerable weight from eating too much fast food and not exercising. The writer weight was at almost at 240 pounds because he took advantage of this fast food restaurant’s 2 for one special on their burger offerings namely their big Mac. This was over a period of only 4 month that the writers health was impaired Now in the article mentioned below the man has been eating a regular diet of big Macs for over 20 years and again it is stated that his health has not been affected in any major negative way. This is a burger that has a calorie count of over 500 plus the 29 grams of fat per sandwich. The reader should be aware that what is being written about health and nutrition may not always be true. In this case the Big Mac diet could hurt your health in a more negative way than what is being stated with regards to one personal experience with it. As the saying goes if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. In conclusion a diet that includes low fat food choices and along with a steady regimen of exercise is always the best bet for a healthy life. For more information please contact the writer through dadsonpowermode.com