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A 20-minute ad about the health benefits of McDonald’s is being shown in schools.

A new 20-minute video from McDonald’s, essentially a long infomercial extolling the benefits of fast food, is making its way through American middle and high schools.

Discovered by Bettina Elias Siegel, a blogger whose school lunch blog “The Lunch Tray” delves into the politics behind school nutrition, “540 Meals” focuses on John Cisna, a high school science teacher who found, during an attempt to discredit Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me, that he lost a surprising amount of weight in the process.

During his experiment, Cisna also recruited three students to join his McDonalds-only diet, and subsequently became a paid brand ambassador for McDonald’s. The video, which The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur called “the greatest ad in the history of mankind for McDonald’s,” is just that — an overwhelmingly positive ad that suggests there are benefits to be reaped from eating an exclusively McDonald’s diet.

We should also note that Cisna’s entire “meal plan” was paid for by a franchisee friend, and that he eventually conceded that there were a number of days where it was impossible to eat his self-imposed limit of 2,000 calories without exceeding his Daily Value fat limit.

The issue, then, with showing “540 Meals” to young children, Siegel writes, is that it teaches them that calorie counting is enough when it isn’t. “It’s true that anyone will lose weight on a fast food diet if they consume too few calories to maintain their weight, just as anyone eating only ‘clean’ food will gain weight if they eat too many calories” Siegel says. “But ‘540 Meals’ is hardly a neutral lesson in calorie balancing. Instead, it instills in children as young as age 11 the explicit and potentially harmful message that ‘There’s nothing wrong with fast food. There’s nothing wrong with McDonald’s.’”


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


McDonald’s to Remove High-Fructose Corn Syrup From Sandwich Buns

A McDonald’s in Alexandria, Virginia.

Julie Jargon

OAK BROOK, Ill.— McDonald’s Corp. said Monday it will replace high-fructose corn syrup in its sandwich buns with sugar as part of an effort to simplify its ingredients and satisfy increasingly conscientious customers.

The fast-food giant also is rolling out Chicken McNuggets and some breakfast items free of artificial preservatives and said it has curbed the use of chicken raised with antibiotics that are also commonly used on humans a year earlier than planned.

Mike Andres, president of McDonald’s U.S. operations, said the “sweeping change” will affect 50% of the menu. McDonald’s is in the midst of an attempted turnaround designed to satisfy diners who have asked it to do away with ingredients including high-fructose corn syrup, which some research suggests may cause weight gain and diabetes.

The burger chain also is racing to keep up with rivals who have been quicker to embrace the so-called clean-label movement. Food makers from General Mills Inc. to Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell have begun stripping their products of ingredients that have made many customers wary.

Since taking over as chief executive last year, Steve Easterbrook has pushed McDonald’s to improve its familiar product offerings. McDonald’s last year returned to its original Egg McMuffin recipe, which calls for butter instead of liquid margarine because many consumers didn’t understand exactly what liquid margarine is, the company said.


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