MIAMIL - JULY 18: A double hamburger is seen on July 18, 2002 at a Burger King in Miami, Florida. The health effects of an American diet of super-sized fast foods are becoming apparent as increasing numbers of children and adults are being treated for obesity. Studies seem to point to the fact that many overweight children and adults get a large portion of their calories by consuming too many sodas and sweetened juices and beverages. Sweetened drinks + "super-sized" meals + the convenience of fast food + a decrease in physical activity = a recipe for obesity. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of changes, and just one of those changes is the way we all eat. Yes, there have been reports that the average American has gained 15lbs during the coronavirus pandemic. Maybe our food choices have caused part of that. With many local restaurants having to adapt to online, and app ordering, national chain restaurants faired better because they already had those methods of food delivery set up.
Consumer Reports just did an analysis of 17 fast-food chains to determine which were the most, and least healthy.
Top Unhealthy Chains:
The Cheesecake Factory
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