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-- next time you -- in a fast food fix go ahead.
McDonald's has added some new options to their menu and according to their executive -- there's no reason to feel guilty.
I wanted to win and I want to have a number one however big Mac I want to have.
-- Diet Coke out my have a phone.
Another day -- my coming among the very few lighter I wanna have just a mango smoothie you want to have a note.
My job -- an executive chef is to make sure that that -- reflects that and gives people the choice is.
About 80% McDonald's options are under 400 calories so what's the best choice to eat.
Here with Morris Fox News medical eighteens doctor Marc Siegel good morning to doctor -- morning growing so fast food it's going more healthy.
What we heard from -- and who were interviewed in London and he was he's actually talking about changing the whole menu around.
To respond to healthy choices because McDonald's.
A Smart business has realized the people out there want healthier choices so this is the first step in that direction.
And they're talking about 400 calories or less of course calories are only one thing I would say there's also other issues Phat soul -- the -- look that.
Cindy goody was their head nutritionist told me that basically they're moving towards that next sold in fact.
But you know we also spoke to many Roth.
Who's the president of national coalition against obesity and she says well maybe this is just a magic wand there waving over there so we we heard from her as well.
Halo effect is exactly what they're buying with his favorite for under 400 calories.
So Smart it rides his wave of everybody thinking they're making healthful decisions.
And so -- still.
Not -- shaker a burger Fries or soda but if it's under 400 calories.
I only get -- halo in -- can feel good about it.
But isn't really the fact that some of these fast food restaurant chains have.
Come under pressure and attack to become more healthy and should be up to personal choice and responsibility.
You know when you're going into a fast food place that may -- you shouldn't eat it every single day it's -- moderate.
And I agree with you on that and I think this is a very encouraging step for that reason because when you drive up to McDonald's drive and now they say -- you would you like oatmeal for breakfast well if you don't put the brown sugar and you're not getting as much -- another -- look at salt.
And I think there's a lot of sell -- on the menu that weren't there before you know -- a lot of sell -- I think Americans while -- up to the obesity epidemic and I'm actually very happy to see them doing this.
But moderation as you said -- the -- and smaller portion size if you have smaller portions you're gonna have less calories.
Well that makes sense you would think that that would just make common sense we gotta be remind the people have to be remind our doctor Marc Siegel thanks so much Eric singer Gretchen.
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