Eating Fast Food Rhetorical Analysis

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Top 10 foods that deliver the most nutrition for your grocery purchasing dollar. The point is often argued that it costs one more to eat a healthy and balanced diet than it does to eat take out fast food, and whilst – to be sure it’s hard to undercut a McDonalds cheeseburger, that isn’t to say it’s impossible. Also, coupled with the ever increasing ‘noise’ of information pertaining to what exactly constitutes a healthy and balanced diet, we decided to compile a list of low cost nutritious foods in order to make matters easier. 1) Oats. Breakfast is often touted as the most important meal of the day, and at only 13 ¢ per serving, oats are definitely a means of getting value for money. This is because oats are a great way to…show more content…
11) Whilst not technically a food, the benefits of the coffee bean along with its immense popularity afford it celebrity status on this list. Coffee has been proven to boots the metabolism and aid in the burning of fat cells, lower the risk of developing diabetes and recent research indicates that it can reduce the chances of developing Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s by up to 65%! Furthermore, coffee contains vitamins B2, B3 and B5, whilst also being a respectable source of manganese, potassium and magnesium. Whilst the percentages of these nutrients hovers around the 10% of an adults recommended daily allowance per serving, when factoring in that very few people stop at just one cup of coffee per day, this quickly has a cumulative effect making coffee a goldmine of nutritious health. For the most healthy caffeine fix, stick to a regular black coffee without sugar, add milk if preferred, and if you can’t keep the sugar away, keep it to a minimum! Cost; 7¢ per cup. So there you have it, ten foods which whilst low on cost come packed with a heavy nutrient load, and can be easily worked into ones diet, regardless of budgetary constraints. Hopefully you’ll think of this next time you’re off to the shops. Trust me, your body will thank you for

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