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What Happens To Your Body When You Eat McDonald's Every Day

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Our lives are busy, and McDonald's can be a perfect solution for mealtimes. But, it's also easy to fall into a daily habit of swinging through the drive-thru for an Egg McMuffin and a coffee every morning, or a Big Mac on your lunch break. Are there consequences?

This is worth a bit of a disclaimer: It is possible to eat a somewhat healthy meal at McDonald's. Nutritionists talked to Shape about some of the better options there, and they said some do exist. For starters, ordering a hamburger without the bun, and getting a side salad to put it on with a light dressing is a good option, they say. The oatmeal's pretty good, and some of the salads at McDonald's can be decent, as long as you don't mind balsamic dressing or just a dash of the good, but high-calorie stuff.

But it's safe to say that if you want to go super healthy at McDonald's, you're also super limited. And as an everyday option, well, we all know that's not going to happen, right? Even if you start with the best of intentions, it's just a matter of time before you splurge on a Big Mac, fries, and Coke, and it's all downhill from there.

So, we're not going to be talking about what might happen if you stick to the handful of healthy things out there. We're talking about the real world...and what happens when fry containers and burger wrappers start to build up in the back seat of your car. And strangely, "healthy" and "unhealthy" might not be too far apart when it comes to the impact McDonald's may have on your body.

Watch the video to see what happens to your body when you eat McDonald's every day!

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You can eat somewhat healthy | 0:00
You could lose weight | 1:29
You're not getting enough nutrients | 2:12
Bye bye, gut bacteria | 3:02
Constant exhaustion | 4:23
Sodium levels will skyrocket | 5:37
You'll still be hungry | 6:45
Acne and breakouts | 7:51
Your digestion will slow down | 9:01
You'll want more McDonald's | 10:10

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