Showing posts with label Nutrition. Show all posts
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International Diabetes Day - November 14

International Diabetes Day is a day set by the UN and is designed to raise awareness of diabetes, its treatment and prevention.
There are three main forms of diabetes: type 1 diabetes (also known as "insulin-dependent diabetes" and "juvenile diabetes"), type 2 diabetes (also known as "adult-onset diabetes" or "insulin-independent diabetes"), and gestational diabetes.

The cause of diabetes is difficulty in producing or absorbing insulin.
Diabetes has two dangerous conditions: an excess of glucose in the blood (hyperglycemia), which is usually caused by an insufficient amount of insulin in the blood, and a condition of lack of blood glucose (hypoglycemia), which is usually caused by too much insulin in the blood.
International Diabetes Day was first celebrated on November 14, 1991. November 14 was chosen because it was the birthday of Frederick Banting, a Canadian physician and biochemist, who in 1923 won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for insulin extraction. He discovered insulin in 1922 with Charles Herbert Best.
 International Diabetes Day logo

In honor of International Diabetes Day, get 19 short, good and surprising tips from doctors to deal with the disease and balance blood sugar, which help to live with the disease in a normal life routine:

1. Exercise - Do not settle for aerobic activity such as walking and running, incorporate more exercise into your agenda such as gym, Pilates, design classes.

2. Dietary fiber - Add dietary fiber to every meal that inhibits the absorption of carbohydrates.

3. Eat 5 servings of vegetables a day.

4. Adequate sleep - Sleep of 7 to 9 hours a day is important for balancing sugar.

5. Sitting in front of the computer - Avoid prolonged sitting in front of the computer. Do not sit for more than two hours beyond what is required of you at work.


6. Herbs and Spices - It has been found that infusions of herbs and spices such as green tea, cinnamon, turmeric, fenugreek, aloe vera and more help balance the sugar level in the body.

7. Breakfast - It is important not to give up breakfast. In the morning the body is sensitive and responds better to insulin and breakfast contributes to the secretion of hormones that are very important for maintaining sugar levels. Breakfast should be the most important meal of the day, compared to other meals.

8. Vegetable fat - A very important ingredient in the menu is the vegetable fat that helps balance blood sugar levels - olive oil, almonds, tahini, avocados, seeds, nuts.

9. Foods to avoid - saturated animal fats such as beef, liver, cream ice cream, fatty cheeses, butter, Puff pastry, processed foods.

10. Protein - Even eating protein is not good to eat a lot. The proteins cause an increase in the level of glucose in the blood because they become sugar. Although the absorption of the sugar that the liver produces from the protein is slower and more controlled, it should not be exaggerated yet, because it is still sugar.

11. Combine carbs with vegetables and healthy fats - If you eat bread, eat it with cucumber or avocado. It is better than bread without anything because then the carbohydrate breaks down more slowly.

12. Wine - A study conducted at Ben-Gurion University led by Prof. Iris Shai found that moderate consumption of wine, especially red wine, improves the health of diabetics.

13. Exercise - Contrary to many people's beliefs, exercise does not always cause sugar to drop. Although it causes the sugar to burn in the muscle quickly and this can cause sugar to fall, in some people the opposite happens, the muscle absorbs the sugar on the one hand, and the body secretes hormones that raise the sugar level on the other. To know what is causing you physical exertion, you should measure your blood sugar level using a continuous measuring device.

14. Maintaining contact with doctors - The supervision of a doctor is necessary in the event of diabetes. Although it is not pleasant to hear the restrictions and instructions, but you must demonstrate maturity and responsibility towards your body and tell the doctor about any problem or weakness.

15. Reduce with simple carbohydrates - give up white bread, pastas, rice, sugar, etc. There is a difference between the effect of simple carbs on people. There are those for whom rice bounces the sugar level, and there are those for whom potatoes do it. A recent study conducted at the Weizmann Institute found that it was possible to assess which foods raised blood sugar in patients by examining their gut bacteria.

16. Exercise time - for children it is recommended to play outside for at least an hour a day, for adults it is recommended to do exercise about an hour a day.

17. Do not overdo the consumption of salt. Salt causes an increase in blood pressure. Consume up to 3 grams of salt a day.

18. Treat depression and anxiety - Studies have found that diabetics are 20-25% more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety than healthy people. A state of mental stress disrupts the sugar levels in the body so treating depression and anxiety is important. You can use complementary medicine treatments to relieve mental stress such as acupuncture, shiatsu, reflexology and more.

19. Non-smoking - Smoking is dangerous for the entire population, but for diabetics who are at higher risk of developing atherosclerosis it is even more dangerous.

November 14 is also Pickle Day

Eat What You Want Day- May 11

It is known that most delicious foods are unhealthy.
Many people spend their time maintaining their diet, constantly thinking and checking what they are allowed and what they are not allowed to eat. As part of maintaining a healthy diet, many people avoid eating things that they like because they are unhealthy.
Eat What You Want day is a day founded by Thomas Roy, an American TV and filmmaker who co-invented with his wife 80 special days in the US. The purpose of this day is clear, on this special day you are allowed to eat whatever you want without taking into account Anyone.

How to celebrate this day? You're probably already guessing. Just eat what you want.
This is not saying that you are allowed to devour like pigs junk food, cakes and ice creams and then again cake and ice cream and chocolate. Because it's really unhealthy and you'll regret it later. I mean you are allowed to eat something unhealthy but do not overdo it, okay?
What this day does say is that you are allowed to eat things that do not fit together, such as ice cream with pickles, or pasta with chocolate, because today you are allowed to eat whatever you want. This day is also suitable to eat meals that are not impressive gourmet meals, but taste good to you and remind you of childhood like pita with chickpeas and pickles.
What unacceptable and strange foods do you like?

Eat What You Want Day

May 11 is also World Ego Awareness Day

No Diet Day- May 6

May 6 is a day devoted to raising awareness of the dangers of unbalanced diet.
An unbalanced diet designed to lose weight quickly, or a diet based on too few calories, or the failure to eat some essential nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats, can cause the body irreversible damage.


The No Diet Day was initiated by Mary Evans Young from England, a woman who recovered from anorexia, and has been celebrated since 1992. This day is actually designed to encourage us to accept our body as it is, without making harmful diets, even if we have a few extra pounds. On this day we should stop and think if the low calorie diets we do do not harm us or endanger us, and whether we get all the food, minerals and vitamins we need on our daily menu.
The No Diet day is marked by feminist groups in several countries around the world, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Israel, Denmark and Brazil.


The goals of the No Diet Day are:  
To stimulate the discussion of whether there is only one "correct" body shape.  
Raise awareness of discrimination against high-weight people, and fat phobia.  
Declare a free day from diets and obsessions related to body weight.  
Present the facts about the diet industry, emphasizing the inefficiency of commercial diets.  
Respect the victims of eating disorders and weight loss analyzes. 
How will we celebrate this day?
First of all, we will celebrate and love our body as it is.
We will listen to our body and eat according to the signs of hunger and satiety it sends us.
We will do a soul-searching about what we do to our bodies when we do diets as a meal.
We'll think about the future, how we want our body to be in a few years. Do we want to be healthy as adults or sick and weak?
We'll learn a little about why diets do not work.
We will eat tasty and nutritious food that we love and will not regret it.
While eating, we will chew well and concentrate on the taste of the food.
While eating, we will do nothing else.
Avoid talking about diets, weight and fat.
We'll do something physical that we really like.
Start loving your body on May 6th, say good-bye to the harmful diets and you know what, go on like this all your life, because your body is beautiful how it is!


Garlic Day - April 19

Garlic Day is celebrated every year on April 19, in honor of its wonderful bulbs. One can be an avid fan of garlic, and on the other hand one can also not tolerate it and say it stinks. Garlic is used as a spice plant and the part that is used is the cloves in its tuber that are edible (proper or cooked). Garlic also has many medicinal properties and is also attributed spiritual qualities such as protection against evil spirits and bad luck.

The garlic originated more than 5,000 years ago in ancient Egypt and among the inhabitants of the Indus Valley. It was later discovered in ancient China and India and later in Europe. Only at the end of the 19th century garlic was recognized by culinary chefs. Before that it was used in small doses in sauces because it was considered the food of poor farmers, because technically it is just a root that has been removed from the soil.

The nutritional values of garlic

Garlic is rich in an allicin compound that gives it its aroma and spiciness. Allicin is attributed healing properties against many diseases including atherosclerosis, bacterial infections, as well as the ability to dissolve fats and as an antioxidant. Apart from allicin, garlic also contains essential minerals such as sulfur, phosphorus and fluorine, as well as vitamins such as carotene (pro-vitamin A), vitamin B1, vitamin B3 and more.
All this richness turns garlic into a natural remedy. It is good against colds and infections and also reduces blood pressure and cholesterol. Even modern science attributes it antibiotic properties.
Despite all these benefits, one should be careful about overeating the garlic. Some people are allergic to garlic. Consumption of garlic supplements may increase the risk of bleeding and they may also impair the effectiveness of certain medications and create interactions with other medications.

Garlic in culture
In many cultures it is believed that garlic protects against the evil eye. Because of the strong smell of garlic apparently, enormous powers were attributed to it: in medieval and Renaissance Europe it was believed to ward off vampires, witches, werewolves, demons and all the sick evils that could be encountered. To this day some people hang garlic tubes on the door to ward off bad luck and bring good luck.
There is a folklore legend that says that garlic grew from the left footprint of the devil when he left heaven. In Greece, midwives would keep evil spirits away from babies born by placing garlic in their cribs and Roman soldiers would eat garlic to be filled with courage.
In dreams garlic symbolizes good luck and if in a dream one eats the garlic, it may be a sign of hidden secrets.
There are places where throughout the year there are festivals dedicated to garlic like in Canada, Turkey, Australia, Italy, UK, USA and more.

Gilroy, the garlic capital of the world

The town of Gilroy in California is considered the garlic capital of the world. If you really like garlic and want to taste everything that can be prepared with it, this is where you need to go. The town's garlic festival has hosted over three million visitors in its thirty years of existence. The festival offers games, crafts, competitions and various other activities, all around the theme of garlic. They even serve garlic ice cream there! Even out of season, there is plenty to do, including shopping for garlic-related gifts.

How to celebrate Garlic Day?

Some people add garlic to everything they cook every day. Some people like to eat the garlic fresh. If you want to join the garlic day celebrations, do not forget to add it to the sauce or stew you make, to salads (it is recommended to chop it), to sandwiches and more. Keep in mind that after eating people will move away from you a bit because of the odor from your mouth ...

If you have a cold or inflammation, add fresh garlic to your menu, it should help.

Take a picture of the food you prepare and upload it to social media with the hashtag #NationalGarlicDay.

Garlic day April 19

April 19 is also Hanging Out Day

Weed Appreciation Day - March 28th

Weed Appreciation Day is celebrated on March 28 every year. This day is designed to learn how herbs are actually beneficial to us and our ecosystem. We usually treat weeds as a nuisance, something that needs to be weeded and eradicated, but weeds also have a lot of value. The herbs have been used by humans as food and herbs for most of the documented history.

Many herbs have healing properties and have great nutritional value:
Nettle - Nettle can be found almost anywhere where weeds grow, even on your lawn. Nettle has prickly hairs at the bottom of the leaf that contain acids, which causes a strong burn if touched with exposed skin, so it is recommended to pick it with gloves. Nettle is rich in iron and therefore good to eat in cases of anemia, hair loss, skin and muscle problems. It also has a lot of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The nettle leaves are cooked, for example in nettle soup or a vegetable omelet with nettles.
Mallow - The mallow is also known as "Malva". You can pick it and eat it fresh and you can also put it in stews, omelets and pastries. It is rich in antioxidants and soluble fiber and good for digestive, respiratory and urinary diseases.

Rosemary - Rosemary can also be found in many public or private gardens, a free and wild plant. The medicinal rosemary is an evergreen perennial shrub with blue flowers. It is resistant to harsh conditions of climate and air pollution. It also contains antioxidants and antiseptic properties and is believed to help in cases of fatigue, headaches, migraines, vascular problems and more.
Oxalis- Who among us did not like to eat Oxalis when we were a child? The Oxalis also grow on the side of the road almost everywhere. It is fun to eat their fresh stems which are sour, but care should be taken not to eat too much, because their sour taste comes from the oxalic acid they contain, which in large quantities is harmful to the digestive system. 

March 28 is also Black Forest Cake Day

Homemade Soup Day - February 4th

 February 4th is exactly the day to warm up with soup, in honor of National Homemade Soup Day. Soup is one of the dishes that provide a rich base of flavor and history.

Before the era of modern transportation, soup was a product of foods available in the area. For this reason there are now thousands of soup recipes. Every region in the world has its own soups.

For example, Polish and Russian cuisine produce beetroot soups (borscht), potatoes and grove mushrooms - vegetables that were available and could be picked in the area. Fish soups can be found in areas close to the sea. In Andalusia, Spain, the gazpacho soup was very popular, consisting of simple ingredients that were found in the area: dry bread, garlic, olive oil, salt and vinegar. After Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492 he brought with him to Spain the tomato and pepper and they became an integral part of the soup.

Many soups also offer medicinal properties. What was once considered a grandma's story, chicken soup, is now backed by the scientific community. Chicken soup helps relieve cold symptoms. Scientists believe that a soup bowl may reduce pneumonia because it slows down the activity of the white blood cells that cause inflammation. They could not pinpoint the exact ingredients that help fight inflammation, and could be a question mostly of vegetables. (source)

But that's not all that homemade soup does. Every cook knows the most important ingredient that goes into any boiling soup pot. They keep the ingredient in the place where it does the best job. While they work, they season the soup wholeheartedly and give it the right amount of love every time. Whether they add noodles or vegetables, spinach or cream to the soup, every cook knows that what matters is the love he puts into the soup. That is why homemade soup is the best cure.

Homemade soup is easy to prepare. You can put everything you like and find in the house and it almost always comes out delicious. You can add soup almonds, noodles or all kinds of snacks (but then it will be a little less healthy). Whether you are vegetarian, vegan, gluten sensitive or anything else, you can always find a soup that suits you. Besides, homemade soup is one of the most delicious, comforting and fun foods there is - anyone want to argue about that?

How to celebrate Homemade Soup Day?

Tell us about your favorite homemade soup. Share a recipe or memory. Gather the family or friends to eat soup together or if this is not possible, sit down alone with comforting soup, inhale the fumes that come out of it and bring up memories.

February 4 is also World Cancer DayFacebook's Birthday and Sri Lanka's Independence Day

Bean Day - January 6th

Beans are a very common superfood around the world and for good reason: they are rich in fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals and are also delicious. The beans are a legume that is usually an addition to the main meal, such as in soup, or as a stew in tomato sauce, etc.
In Japan, however, red beans are commonly used as an ingredient in desserts.
In China there are sweets that incorporate red beans or mung beans.
Soy is also a type of bean that originated in China. Soybeans (red) can be used as a tasty and healthy snack and tofu is also made from soy.
The soy sauce, which many use in the kitchen for seasoning, is made from soy. Japanese miso is made from fermented rice and soy.
In Mexican cuisine, beans are the star of many dishes, and in the days of the Wild West in the United States, residents often liked to eat beans.

Bean Day was set for January 6 in memory of the geneticist, also known as the "father of genetics," Gregor Mendel, whose experiments with the pea plant were the basis of modern genetics. The bean day was created in his memory by Paula Bowen who wanted to celebrate a day in honor of Mr. Bean and besides, her father was a farmer who grew beans. The day she found for the celebration was in January, a month she found to be poor on holidays, so she decided it would be the day of Gregor Mendel's death which fell on January 6th 1884.

Why you should eat beans? 

Here are the nutritional benefits of beans:

Beans are an excellent plant source of protein - beans are a healthy substitute for meat, chicken and fish. It contains lots of protein and many nutritionists recommend preferring the protein from the plant over the protein from the animal.

Beans are good for the heart - they are full of soluble dietary fiber that helps lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, thus balancing blood fats.

The beans are good for the digestive system - the beans are rich in dietary fiber that helps regulate the digestive process and prevent constipation.

Beans are good for the diet - beans on any issue contain between 2% and 3% fat and do not contain cholesterol (as long as it is not processed or cooked with other components that contain fat).

Beans balance sugar levels - Beans have a low glycemic index and a good amount of complex carbohydrates and dietary fiber that slows down the digestive process, which helps maintain blood sugar levels. Maintaining a balance in the sugar level helps prevent fatigue and nervousness and reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Beans fight the accumulated fat in the abdominal area - the soluble dietary fiber in beans helps get rid of the layer of fat around the abdomen that increases the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease.

Convenient to use beans - beans are a legume that is easy to obtain and cook. It can be obtained at any grocery store in its dry, frozen form or in a can and it will not be expensive.

Beans are rich in nutritional values: Beans have protein, complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, B vitamins and minerals such as iron, folic acid, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.

After all the benefits of the beans we have listed, there is no doubt that beans are a food that deserves a special day of its own. In honor of Bean Day, incorporate it into your daily menu. So Happy Bean Day!

bean day

January 6 is also the Epiphany

Hug a vegetarian day - the fourth Friday in September

“It is my view that the vegetarian manner of living, by its purely physical effect on the human temperament, would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind.” - Albert Einstein

  There are people in the world who believe there is no reason why humanity should eat animals, and they have a plethora of arguments to support this position. Not eating meat can benefit both the environment and health. Besides, in the meat food industry there is a lot of cruelty and the fewer people eat meat, the more it will reduce the suffering of animals.

  A vegetarian day is a day that respects all those who have decided to live a life without cruelty by removing the meat from their diet.

The history of a vegetarian hug is related to the history of the PETA organization that founded it. PETA is an organization of "People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals", founded by Ingrid Newkirk in 1980 after being exposed for years to severe cases of animal abuse in a shelter for animals in which she worked.  

Hug a vegetarian day was created to show recognition and appreciation to those who have made the diet devoid of meat and life without animal products and their way of life. Being a vegetarian is not always easy, your menu becomes limited, and sometimes you encounter strange social hostility against those who choose not to consume animals.

Since vegetarianism has become a popular nutritional move, the variety of vegetarian options in the market is growing and today it is relatively easy to find alternatives to meat. Many restaurants offer vegetarian dishes, many bags and shoes can be found from non-animal materials, and all thanks to these courageous souls who saved lives.

It is the day to give them a warm hug and thank them for the life they saved and for their contribution to the world.  

How to celebrate the day of the vegetarian embrace? According to PETA, you should give a hug to any vegetarian or vegan you meet, and tell them that you thank them for the way they chose to live without cruelty and respect for animals.

When will the Hug a vegetarian day take place in the following years:
2021- September 24

2022- September 23

2023- September 22

Banana Lovers Day- August 27

Banana is undoubtedly one of the most popular fruits in the world. Who doesn't like a banana in any way? You can eat it with fresh fruit, mashed, smoothies, ice cream, dry fruit, some dessert (like fruit salad, banana split) and more. Sure everyone will find the way he likes a banana.

Most Americans love bananas and have declared August 27 as a banana-lovers holiday.

Banana is a very healthy fruit: it contains a significant amount of protein, vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin C, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and fiber.

If you eat one banana every day, it will certainly contribute to your health to a great extent.

To celebrate banana lovers' day, get some interesting and surprising facts about bananas:

Bananas, like apples and watermelons, can float on water.  

Bananas do not grow on trees. The banana plant is actually the largest grass in the world. The banana has no stem with a regular tree, but a thick stem composed of layers (similar to onions) called a stem.

The scientific name of the banana is Musa sapientum, which means "fruit of the sages."

The source of the cultural banana, the edible variety, is in Southeast Asia. They started eating it already in the prehistoric period.

The banana arrived in America in the 16th century, by the Spanish who came to the mainland.

The only place in the US where bananas are commercially grown is Hawaii, with most bananas coming from Latin America and South America, including Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, Guatemala.

The type of banana that is sold in the supermarket is called Cavendish banana.

In the past there was a popular variety of Banana in America called Gross Michel, which was extinct in the 1940s, because of a mushroom that spread and attacked the crop and caused the "Panama disease".

A cluster of bananas is called a hand, and one banana is called a finger. Each banana hand has about 10 to 20 fingers.  

About 75% of the weight of the banana is water.

Japan uses bananas to make fabrics and paper.

Other interesting uses for banana:

Bananas help to reduce depression. Studies have found that people who have suffered from depression and ate bananas have significantly improved their mood. This is because the banana contains tryptophan - a substance that the body turns into serotonin, which raises mood.

Rubbing the inside of the skin of the banana on the skin in case of a mosquito bite (or other insect) helps to prevent the itching and the development of inflammation.

If you have a wart rubbing the inside of the shell every night, it can cause the wart to disappear within a week or two, because of the potassium in the cortex.

Banana is good for athletes - Banana has three types of natural sugars, which together with the nutritional fibers they provide instant energy and quality. The low-fat banana is easy to digest and has essential carbohydrates to supply energy before, during, and after exercise.

The banana has a lot of iron and is therefore good against anemia.

The banana is good for relieving stress and tension. The bananas have high levels of vitamin B, which helps calm the nervous system. When we are under stress, the metabolic rate accelerates and the level of potassium in the body decreases. Potassium is a mineral that helps maintain heart rate, sends oxygen to the brain and regulates fluid levels in the body. Therefore eating banana increases the level of potassium in the body and calms the stress.

Rubbing a banana peel on the teeth for about two minutes each night will whiten your teeth naturally. The results come in about two weeks. This works because of the effect of potassium, magnesium and manganese in banana peel.  

Bananas are also a great hair conditioner that helps to restore dry and damaged hair. Cook a banana and add a tablespoon of cream and a tablespoon of honey to the mixture. When it cools, place on dry hair, cover with a bathing cap and then wrap in a warm towel. Leave everything on the hair for an hour and then rinse thoroughly with warm water. Then overlap the head with shampoo.  

Rubbing a banana peel on the forehead can help cure a headache.

Bananas and banana peel become excellent fertilizer for the soil because they contain phosphorus and potassium. The roses especially love them.  

Rubbing the inside of a banana peel on leaves of potted plants will make them shiny.

You can use the banana peel to clean and polish leather shoes.

With banana peel you can make excellent polish for silver. Rub the dishes with the inside and then move with a cloth and the dishes are polished and sparkling.

Watermelon Day- August 3

It's green outside, red inside and until you taste it you do not know if it's good or not. Watermelon is one of the most delicious and popular fruits in the summer.
In 100 grams of watermelon, 90 percent water, 0 percent fat, 0 percent cholesterol, 0 percent sodium, 112 mg potassium (3 percent of daily consumption), 8 grams of carbohydrate (2 percent of daily consumption) (1%), 6 grams of sugar, 0.6 grams of protein (1 percent), vitamin C (13 percent of daily consumption), vitamin A, iron (1 percent) and magnesium (2 percent).
Some people specialize in choosing watermelons and know how to choose a good watermelon.

How to pick a good Watermelon?
Give a slight blow and listen - if the sound is hollow it indicates that the watermelon is ripe.
If the stalk at the top of the watermelon is dry and easily torn, you probably have fresh watermelon in hand.
Look for watermelon with a smooth, no-crack skin.
A watermelon that smells of its bark reminds a melon a little is a perfect watermelon.
A watermelon whose pale green skin is not ripe.
And the safest method of all - ask the seller to cut the watermelon in half and taste it.

How to peel a watermelon in 10 seconds? Watch and learn! I went to practice ...

Junk Food Day- July 21

Sometimes the idea of being healthy, preparing a balanced meal and eating carrot sticks as a snack is not too appealing. Junk food day is a day to eat fast and unhealthy food without guilt. One day a year you can eat pizzas, sausages, hamburgers, and everything sold at fast food chains.
In honor of the junk food day, get some facts about the famous fast food chain, McDonald's:
In its early days, McDonald's sold Hot Dog, not a hamburger.

1 in 8 Americans who ever worked used to work at McDonald's.

McDonald's opens another new branch every 14.5 hours.
In McDonald's restaurants around the world eat 69 million people every day. It's more than the entire population of England.
McDonald's is the world's largest distributor of toys for children.

The McDonald's branch near Buckingham Palace belongs to the Queen of England.
McDonald's is not the largest fast food chain in the world. Subway is the largest.
The McDonald's network earns $ 75 million every day.
In 2005 a man named Ronald McDonald robbed a branch of Wendy's, the rival network.
The average employee at McDonald's takes 7 months to earn what the company CEO earns an hour.

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