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It is possible to be healthy by eating only from The Trio Fast Food Chains


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(It is possible to stay healthy for six months if your diet is restricted to 3 meals a day and your only food choices are the menu items from McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King.)
That is the full resolution that I’m arguing for.

Terms & Definitions:
Healthy- A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Wellbeing- Comfortable and vigorous.

Vigorous- Having a lot of effort, energy, and enthusiasm.

Comfort- 1. A state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint. 2. The
easing or alleviation of a person's feelings of grief or distress.

Round 1
The items on the menu of each three places can fit into three meals and still meet your daily recommended caloric intake without going under or over.

  • McDonald's The Big Breakfast with Hotcakes has 1,140 calories. Without the pancakes, you are left with 750 calories. Orange juice is 150-270 calories, depending on your serving size.
  • Burger King - Whoppers can be purchased at breakfast time. So can their bacon cheeseburgers. Their bacon cheeseburgers are around 340 calories. Bottle of orange juice tends to be 128. 
  • Wendy's The honey butter chicken biscuit has 500 calories in one sandwich. Add that with a drink (Coffee or orange juice) and that's 100 to 300 calories more.
Manipulating calories isn't as complicated as people make it out to be. You can always add on or take away if unsatisfied with the quantity of the meal.

Lunch & Dinner
  • McDonald's serves chicken sandwiches, fish filets, big macs, quarter pounders, and cheeseburgers. This ranges from 300 to 740 calories. For drinks, usually goes from 90 to 290 calories.
  • Burger King happens to use more calories with their meal options. Their burgers ranging from 300 to 1,100 calories. Drinks are the same as McDonald's.
  • Wendy's menu is more versatile. The minimal is 290 and the highest is 1,520. Add drinks to that and it's even worse.
All three places serve salads, providing a sufficient supply of fruits and veggies.

If you happen to over-do it on the calories, you can reverse it by simply doubling down on your time in the gym, as research suggests.
The components of junk food are very harmful and lead to serious illnesses. It is not body-friendly and causes an increase in fat levels of the body, which leads to cholesterol, blood pressure, heart diseases, obesity, and depression. Such foods even though delicious are damaging.
There fore You might survive the 1 month but the after affects would take You very soon later so in a way you could not survive.
Round 2
McDonald's allows the serving of parfaits for their breakfast items, even oatmeal with apple slicings and raisings. A clear serving of fruit and fiber is good for you. Provided you make the smart choices and choose some of the healthier options offered on their menu, then you can reasonably go six months and still remain healthy. 

It is not body-friendly and causes an increase in fat levels of the body, which leads to cholesterol, blood pressure, heart diseases, obesity, and depression. Such foods even though delicious are damaging.
Three things can fix these issues.
  1. Choose your menu items cautiously.
  2. Cut calories when needed.
  3. Exercise regularly.
If you do each of these three things, then you will be fine for six months.

"Can exercise lower cholesterol? According to the AHA, 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise per week is enough to lower cholesterol and reduce high blood pressure. Exercise can also help raise HDL cholesterol."

McDonald's breakfasts are loaded with fat and sodium. A single breakfast sand-which has 24 grams of fat and 1.3 grams of sodium, which means this meal will put you at 37% your daily recommended fat intake and more than  50% your daily recommended sodium intake - early in the day. And other menu items are even worse.

Eating McDonald's regularly — and fast food in general — isn't a sustainable diet. The 2004 documentary Super Size Me followed documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock as he ate three meals a day at the fast-food chain for 30 days. He gained almost 25 pounds and was told he suffered from irreversible heart damage.
Therefore it is not possible. 

Round 3
The man from the SuperSize Me violated each of the three rules I mentioned previously. The sodium intake can be reduced or prevented by selectively choosing your meals.