The problem with fast food

McDonald commissioned an independent television producer to produce a one-hour special in which six Australians at random were in charge of investigating the entire food process. While McDonald has supported the project and its food process were those examined, it is clear that very little was hidden in these “gastronomic critics” independent. This program has proven that McDonald’s food, and probably most of the fast food chain’s offerings, is actually relatively healthy – and more hygienic and fresher than we think.

Fast food companies have always made great efforts to convince consumers of the safety of their food. This is a very profitable business. However, one of the business risks in an age-conscious health, is a reputation stained by the idea that food is not healthy or worse, disgusting.

In this way, the typical fast food – in general – is safe for consumption and can be moderately healthy. But why do we feel unhealthy eating? Compared to a serving of grandma’s toasters where we feel safe and happy, fast food tends to go wrong in the mind, spiritual.

I have a theory about food: the only prepared food that is profitable is our food prepared with love. That is, food prepared for a person known to eat. The food was prepared with them. It is food that has soul.

FOODS must be prepared for ORGAN

In the healthiest sense, pride is the cook who makes his food to satisfy palates. They have a special interest in everything they do. They want to create delicious, hygienic and aesthetic on the plate. They worry. They prepare their food with love. And they want their food to be eaten with love and respect for the process.

Fast food, however, is a poor child whose father does not like food, work, or the recipient of the food. It is made without soul or spirit. It can fill our stomachs and nourish our bodies, but the experience of eating fast food does nothing to feed our souls.

We should be enthusiastic observers of how food makes us feel, and although food itself does not harm us, our practices can sometimes make us feel that way. Feeling bloated or dry mouth or dizziness are psychosomatic signs that the experience of eating certain foods has not been positive. The food was not a nourishing purpose.