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McDonalds workers logging onto the restaurant’s site dedicated to employees may have been surprised to see advice on how to avoid unhealthy fast food meals. McDonalds workers logging onto the restaurant’s site dedicated to employees may have been surprised to see advice on how to avoid unhealthy fast food meals.Specifically recommended was that instead of reaching for a burger and fries, individuals seek out a healthier option like a sub sandwich. Readers were also generally warned against eating fast food, as it’s high in calories, fat, sugar, and salt. If fries must be eaten, the page said, then it’s important to limit quantities to just a few. Those affected by high blood pressure and heart disease were told it’s best to abstain from eating the bulk of the restaurant’s food in general. Overall, according to the post, it’s best to, “Eat at places that offer a variety of salads, soups, and vegetables to help maintain your best health.” McDonalds announced that the information was supplied by a third party content provider. The company’s CEO has previously defended the chain’s food saying that they don’t sell junk. A McDonald’s statement pointed out that in recent years items like oatmeal, fruit, smoothies, and grilled chicken have been added to the menu options.