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McDonalds vs. Burger King: A Nutritional Analysis By Tracie Clark Herzing College Online W4A1 April 3, 2011
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Double Click and Type your title into this Running Header McDonalds vs. Burger King: A Nutritional Analysis On a busy day when you don’t feel like cooking a meal, at lunch when you want something real quick or late at night when you’re watching TV and a commercial from a fast food restaurant appears we, as Americans give in and go buy that juicy hamburger. I obtained this information from both McDonald’s and Burger King’s website under the nutritional facts tab. I compared McDonald’s and Burger King’s double cheeseburgers. These sandwiches are on value menus at both companies and are usually one of the first choices that many people choose when they visit these restaurants at lunch, dinner or late at night. I have also incorporated an analysis of both companies’ salad dishes describing each in detail of their nutritional facts. Fast foods may be a quick fix to hunger but do not satisfy the body’s health. McDonald’s double cheeseburger has a total of 440 calories, with 210 of them being from fat. This sandwich comes with two 100% Beef Patties, regular bun, two slices of pasteurized processed American cheese, ketchup, mustard, pickle slices and onions. Whereas,
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