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Watch out for that burger and fries, says McDonald's website

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Top news coming in to a warm San Francisco on Christmas Day 2013, is about McDonald's and the food it sells.

McDonald's own employee resources website tells its employees that:

"Fast foods are typically high in calories, fat, saturated fat, sugar, and salt and may put people at risk for becoming overweight," warning that a healthy diet is hard to have if you are constantly eating burgers and fries.

The employee website shows a picture of fries, burger and soda and labels it
"the unhealthy choice.": It also shows a picture of a sub, salad, and cup of water and describes that as the "healthier choice," reports CNBC

"Well I think that most people by now know that fast food, McDonald's or any other fast food restaurant, is not good for you. I am glad that salads are available now in fast food establishments," says San Francisco resident, Katie Adler.

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