Fast-food can meet nutritional needs, says McDonald's dietitian

04/27/2010 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Cindy Goody is in charge of nutrition at McDonald's more than 14,000 restaurants worldwide. She acknowledges that fast-food meals haven't always been the best choices for consumers concerned about health and weight, but says those perceptions are outdated. These days, a wide variety of menu items allows health-conscious consumers to choose wisely and stick to a balanced diet. "The real deal on nutrition at McDonald's is that all food fits into a healthy, active lifestyle," she said.

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