Podcast 13: Staying Healthy on The Road

 
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  1. Jodie says:

    I can’t believe I’m writing this, but I feel the need to stand up in defense of McDonalds. No one would argue that McDonald’s is health food or that it should be eaten every day. But there are times when people do have to eat out or grab something on the road. I have three kids and we travel a lot. A stop at McDonald’s is one of the most benign choices we have for catching something quick on the go. A kid’s portion is at least a reasonable size. I can get my child a small burger, apples and milk. I can get a burger without a bun and a salad. Compare that to any of the choices at most other restaurants — especially “family” style restaurants like TGI Fridays. I don’t know why the fast food places like McDonald’s get all the vitriol and all those other restaurants get a free pass. Take a look at the menus at Chili’s, Applebees or just about anywhere else and then tell me where to take my kids for a quick meal between activities.

    As I said, I don’t do this every day. Most days I cook real food and we eat at home. But I’m glad to have it as an option.

    • cavemandoctor says:

      Jodie,

      I am not against McDonald’s, just giving them a hard time. More power to them for providing cheap food, we are responsible for our actions not them. I think it says more about how we view food in our society – less a nutrition and sustenance and more a treat. Though, watching Fat Head, it may be a good way to lose weight…

      I agree with your comments on the other restaurants as well, though I am pro searching out healthy food with your family and staying home and cooking it to enjoy the bonding experience as well as the health benefits. This is likely because I was lucky enough to have a mother and grandmother who took turns cooking every night, allowing us to all spend time together at the dinner table. But I guess that makes me old fashioned.

      P.S. maybe I am anti-restaurants as well because I have never been to one that can prepare and cook a delicious steak as good as I can (for a fraction of the price)

      Thanks for the comments,
      CC

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