According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 1 out of 3 Americans consumes fast food regularly. About 36.6% of adults (85 million) have admitted to eating fast food regularly. Some people are raving about the nutritional value of fast food, while others have criticized its decency. But, fast-food is a quick and convenient option for many consumers. Fast food is not only convenient, but it also saves money. Yes, there are more and healthier fast food options available at fast-food outlets. Fast food restaurants are improving as healthcare improves. Every day, more and more ways are found to reduce cholesterol, fat and other toxic food. These methods have proven successful for many.
Fast food is becoming better and better over time. More people are willing to give it a try, but they also want to know what foods are in the food. Here are some examples of fast food, and what it contains:
The French Toast Stick is an enticing combination of Texas toast with eggs, cinnamon and vanilla. The toast is coated on all sides with a mixture of heavy cream, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla, and sugar. It’s then cooked over medium heat in a large sautepan with melted butter. Cinnamon reduces the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. It contains 11 grams of fat per 100 grams and 116 milligrams cholesterol. It’s a good source for Vitamin A, iron, and calcium. Fast-food chains in America sell it.