10 Fast-Food Items That Even Fast-Food Employees Wouldn’t Eat
Speaking of salads, you might want to stay away from the seemingly healthy tuna fish salad, advises a former employee at Friendly’s. That’s because tuna fish salad or other similar items are usually prepared in advance, and placed in casseroles until someone buys them. You might think you’re eating a healthy, nutrient-packed salad on Thursday, when in fact you’re eating something prepared two days before.
More than that, the dressings and other toppings can send calorie and fat levels through the roof! Check out 10 Popular Foods and Drinks High in Sugar.
More food for less money is not necessarily better. Sure, it might do the trick in terms of your finances, but you might end up spending a lot more money when your health is affected. “After working in fast-food I’ve realized no one needs that much fried food,” says Nicky, a former McDonald’s employee. You might find it tempting to super-size your fries and soda for a cheaper deal but in the long run, you’ll just end up making a habit of overeating that you’ll not be able to get rid of so easily.
To prevent that, check out 8 Simple and Efficient Ways to Control Your Eating.