Why you should stop eating at McDonald’s when you’re at home

The best thing you can do for your wallet when you want to go to McDonald’s is to stop eating there.

It’s an easy, simple solution to a tricky problem.

It doesn’t matter that you’ll end up paying more for the food.

It won’t save you money.

But it will reduce your carbon footprint and keep the planet clean.

In the meantime, why not stop at McDonalds when you can get the real thing?

That’s the argument presented in a new report by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, which looked at the impact of eating at fast food restaurants on global greenhouse gas emissions.

The study looked at food served at fast-food restaurants from January to March 2017, which covered roughly 20 percent of the world’s population, and the number of fast-casual restaurants serving a single meal per day from January 2017 to December 2019.

The researchers found that fast-service restaurants contribute about a third to all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but the most significant impact came from the McDonald’s restaurants.

McDonalds restaurants were responsible for almost a third of all greenhouse gases, but McDonalds is the only fast- food restaurant to have a significant impact on GHG emissions overall.

The findings have broad implications for the way we think about the impact that fast food has on climate change.

While fast-serve restaurants are not the same as fast-frozen meals, McDonalds and other fast-n-frisky chains contribute significantly to GHG pollution because they serve meals that are made to a high standard, the report found.

In other words, McDonald’s isn’t a “sustainable” food.

McDonald’s hamburgers are also served with extra cheese, onions, and other ingredients that increase their overall carbon footprint.

But the scientists also found that the restaurants were a major contributor to GHGs from other sources, including energy used to cook food, fuel used to heat and cool the food, and water used to clean food dishes.

The takeaway?

Eating at McDonald and other high-carbon fast- foods contributes to climate change, even when you think you’re just going for a healthy meal.

And the good news is that eating at these restaurants is an easy way to save money, as long as you eat right.

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