There are strategies to improving how you eat and they don't all involve cooking every meal in your home kitchen. For starters, know what's healthy on the menus of fast food restaurants. Many now offer salads, grilled as opposed to fried foods, and limited offerings of fresh fruit or yogurt. These options may be better than other dessert and staple items on the menu. Now that nutritional content is displayed on many fast food menus, designate certain meals on your OK to Eat list for certain fast food restaurants if you're in a bind. If you want to step it up a notch, before you are hungry, create a list of healthy fast food restaurants in your area and in the areas of where you work and practice hobbies. This go-to list will help you eat as healthy as you can when eating out. A great place to find a list of healthy fast food restaurants is through the Eat Real Campaign .
While this sounds like either a prank or publicity stunt hatched by Burger King’s marketing arm, the FAS confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the burger chain did indeed request the movie be banned. That doesn’t mean it’s not a marketing ploy—there must be economic advantages to comparing a chief competitor’s mascot to a child-murdering clown—but it does offer some substance to the claim. The FAS told the outlet that it “can’t be concerned” with a fictional character in a movie that has nothing to do with hamburgers, but hasn’t made any final decision.