What exactly makes a 'slow' food restaurant healthier than a 'fast' food restaurant?
It isn't. Fast food restaurants have been demonized by the media a lot. What makes food healthy are the ingredients that are in it and the portions you consume. You can make a stir-fry at home in minutes, if you have the ingredients and depending on those ingredients and the portion you eat, your stir-fry can range from super-food to heart-attack on a plate. I personally have dropped 8lbs, lost 2 inches on my waist and reduced by blood pressure significantly while having 2 out of 3 meals a day at Wendy's. I am not saying all fast food is healthy, but neither is "slow " food. It all depends on what and how much you eat.
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