5 Myths About Fast Food that Many People Believe in

Fast food is often claimed to be unhealthy food, even though the fact is not entirely true.

Here are 5 myths about fast food that you might trust.

Some people still have negative thoughts about fast food and this is somewhat influenced by the myths circulating in the community.

As quoted from the page of The Washington Post, here are 5 myths about fast food that people often trust.

For decades, the cheap world of fast food has been linked to the lower classes in the United States.

The conventional wisdom written by Mark Bittman in the New York Times in 2011, is "Junk food is cheaper when measured by calories, and this makes fast food good for poor people because they need calories."

Studies and surveys show that fast food is most popular among middle to upper income groups, because it is more likely to eat it at least every week than low income groups, according to a 2013 Gallup survey.

Slow food is healthier than fast food.

For several years, the outbreak of foodborne diseases was reported because of fast food.

Then slow food restaurants like Chipotle, promising to provide healthy and integrity food, with GMO-free ingredients. Even though this myth isn't true, in 2015, the New York Times revealed that "Food at Chipotle has about 1,070 calories," more than half of the daily calories that are good for most adults.

Then, researchers at the University of South Carolina compared appetizers from 60 slow food restaurants with fast food restaurants, and they found that slow food restaurants had an average of 200 calories more than fast food.

Researchers can provide an explanation by linking obesity with human tendencies to eat fast food.

Because it is known from the ingredients and methods of making fast food, fast food is known as the main cause of obesity.

In the 1960s and 1980s, employees of fast food restaurants were teenagers who worked after school to get pocket money.

According to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average age of fast food food employees is just over 26 years old.

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