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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.

Foods like high fructose corn syrup and seed oils are considered "natural," according to the FDA.

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.

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