It sounds as if the "Baconator," introduced in 2009, is more likely to eat us than we are it. But if the name alone doesn't send you scurrying, perhaps its list of artery-clogging ingredients and nutritional no-nos will do the trick. Between the bun lie three ground beef patties, three cheese slices and nine strips of smoked bacon, plus a variety of toppings and condiments, adding up to 1,360 calories, 91 grams of fat and 2,490 milligrams of sodium.
When I was young, I often impressed others by wolfing down several burgers at a time. I was not overweight then but got fat when I became an adult. After reversing bad eating-habits, I am now normal-weight.
There are over 2 million extremely obese kids in the U.S. Web Search subject and note the extraordinarily large number of results. Is it time for schools to educate more aggressively about nutrition?
Look, name one fast food chain in the class of WEN that makes EACH burger fresh and not microwaved, where you can get a good bowl of chili, and where you can get a baked potato. Enough said....$7.50 soon unless buyout and by next year $15
Didn't you mean TASTES good? If so, you have the beginning of a thoughtful observation.
Below is a 90 min. science lecture about sugar which was censored from several other Message Boards like IPSU, etc. It has profound implications for the Restaurant, Food, and Beverage Industries which investors should keenly note. The biochemistry is rather daunting but quite compelling.