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    Burgers do not cause heart attacks Yogi. Just the ame as roads do not cause road accidents.

    If you are going to give us two burger theads, then the forum might get a heart attack.
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    Neither do guns kill people.

    In fact falling from high buildings is perfectly safe, it is the abrupt stop which causes the problem.

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@1 February 2004 - 14:54
    Neither do guns kill people.

    In fact falling from high buildings is perfectly safe, it is the abrupt stop which causes the problem.


    LMAO!!!!


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    Originally posted by bigboab@1 February 2004 - 14:53
    Burgers do not cause heart attacks Yogi. Just the ame as roads do not cause road accidents.

    If you are going to give us two burger theads, then the forum might get a heart attack.
    Yeah, my pc is a bit doublesighted today.............




    Nipping down to your local takeaway for your favourite curry might seem yummy, but new research shows you could be loading yourself full of fat and sugar.
    The magazine Health Which? looked at the nutritional content of typical meals from Chinese, Indian, Thai, Italian and Tex-Mex menus.

    Sweet and sour pork

       
      Fact File 
    Takeaway Trivia 

      The UK spends 1,430m a year on takeaways 
      Half of Brits eat out more than once a month 
      Chinese dishes are the most popular choice for UK takeaways 
      Thai food is the healthiest option 
     

    Chinese takeaways are the most popular in the UK, but some dishes are particularly unhealthy.

    A portion of battered sweet and sour pork with egg fried rice contained a lardy 60g of fat and 44g of sugar.

    The nation's favourite curry, chicken tikka masala with pilau rice, clocked up an impressive 47g of fat.

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    And a portion of lasagne contained around 45g of fat - that's more than a McDonald's Quarterpounder with cheese and small fries.



    Opt for Thai food for a healthier takeaway
    Sue Freeman, Managing Editor of Health Which?, said: "There's nothing wrong with eating out or having the odd takeaway.

    "But if you're relying on this type of food, arm yourself with the nutritional savvy to know which dishes to go for.

    "If you want to reduce your fat intake in particular, go for plain rice, stir-fried or steamed food."


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    Was it not bad enough. Now we have burgers with Cheese.
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    Originally posted by Withcheese@1 February 2004 - 14:56
    That is sick, with cheese.........

    Now this is very healthy:


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