The Unrighteous Side of Chick-fil-A
Updated: Feb 21
In a world where every facet of society is being crushed by the fast-moving train of progressivism, Chick-fil-A has remained rooted in the grounds of traditional values.
They're known for being a morally upright, set-apart company.
For this, I admire them.
But unfortunately, they've dazzled those who share their values into thinking, or rather believing, that their moral convictions make them nutritionally distinctive from other fast-food restaurants.
That, somehow, it's better to eat at Chick-fil-A than McDonald's.
I regret to tell you that this is not the case.
Eat More Chicken? I Don't Think So
According to its website, the restaurant boasts, "when it comes to chicken, Chick-fil-A is committed to doing the right thing."
What do they mean by "doing the right thing"?
According to them, it's using "natural" chicken that is "never raised with antibiotics."
As I wrote in my post on Chipotle, phrases like "natural" and "never raised with antibiotics"
are meaningless. They're ornamental phrases that are used to exploit your decision-making.
Moreover, it is illegal to use antibiotics in the production of raising meat.
Therefore, when Chick-fil-A brags that their chicken is "never raised with antibiotics," they're bragging about not violating federal law.
Congratulations, Chick-fil-A, you follow the law.
There's nothing quality about Chick-fil-A's chicken. It comes from factory farms, just like every other fast-food chain.
Seed Oils 4 Everyone
After you've eaten a Chich-fil-A chicken sandwich and waffle fries, what your body is experiencing is akin to what New Orleans experienced during Hurricane Katrina: total havoc, harm, and loss.
This is because almost everything that Chick-fil-A serves is doused in toxic seed oils.
Seed oils are not meant for human consumption. They stimulate excessive oxidation which fosters all sorts of chronic diseases.
When you eat Chick-fil-A, you're eating seed oils. When you eat seed oils, you're inflaming your body. When your body is inflamed, disease proliferates.
A Final Petition
I highly regard the company of Chick-fil-A for its moral convictions, but its nutritional convictions are anything but righteous.
Though you may feel fine eating fast food like Chick-fil-A (speaking to my generation here), its imprint on your health and life is decisive.
The manifestation of these consequences may not be immediate, but I assure you – they will manifest.