Eating Fast Food Just Twice a Week Can Make You Gain Ten Pounds
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Manhattan artist Sally Davies has photographed a McDonald's Happy Meal every day for six months. And it looks almost as fresh as the day it was bought, with no trace of decay. The Daily Mail reports:
"In a work entitled The Happy Meal Project, Mrs. Davies, 54, has charted the seemingly indestructible fast food meals' progress as it refuses to yield to the forces of nature."
However, it turns out that Davies has some catching up to do. A Hamburger Today reports that wellness educator and nutrition consultant Karen Hanrahan has kept a McDonald's hamburger since 1996, which is pictured on the left below. As you can see, it still looks the same as the fresh one on the right next to it!
Spot the difference: After 14 years, the McDonald's burger on the left looks almost
the same as the new one on the right. Would YOU want this inside your stomach?
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