How Our Homemade Meals Compare To Fast Food

One of the things that makes fast food “fast” is that a lot of the ingredients are prepared in bulk before the doors are even opened. That allows oxidation to occur, and essential vitamins and antioxidants are lost in the process.

Our cuisine is carefully made to order, just as you would prepare it at home. To begin with, Middle Eastern restaurants are known for using only the healthiest of ingredients, and everything is served absolutely fresh.

Here are some little-known fast food facts

Many people tend to overeat when they indulge in fast food, which often is made available in very large quantities. We’re accustomed to finishing whatever is on our plates. But it takes about 20 minutes for the “full” signal from your stomach to reach your brain, and by that time you’ve probably eaten.

Fast food chains usually don’t concern themselves with the quality of the ingredients they use, because the customer isn’t likely to notice the difference. Most are unnecessarily heavy in calories. They often use less expensive, stale alternatives that aren’t locally produced. Some of these can lead to certain diseases that can have a major negative impact upon your health.

Takeout meals may even contain or come into contact with ingredients that can trigger severe or even life-threatening allergies.

“Homemade” doesn’t have to mean made at home

When you eat at local Middle Eastern restaurants or order Middle Eastern food online, you can count on getting the same level of quality meal you would prepare at home. The ingredients are fresh, the spices are remarkable, and the presentation is always impeccable.

For your own long-term health and that of your family, why not break the fast food habit and explore the many exciting dining options Middle Eastern cuisine has to offer?


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