Cheesecake Factory Breakfast Burrito Is "The Worst"
The burrito is award-winning… but not in a good way.
- Cheesecake Factory's breakfast burrito has won the Xtreme Eating Award for "Worst Way To Start Your Day"
- The burrito reportedly has almost 3,000 calories, more than a full day's worth
- Eating the burrito is the same as eating seven McDonald's sausage McMuffins
Cheesecake Factory’s breakfast burrito is award-winning… technically. Don’t go running to the restaurant for breakfast anytime soon, though, because the burrito has earned the 2018 Xtreme Eating Award for “Worst Way To Start Your Day.”
It’s true — the Center for Science in the Public Interest says the burrito contains a whopping 2,730 calories. That’s way more than a day’s worth, let alone breakfast.
- They also point out the insane amount of sodium (over 4,000 milligrams),
- plus saturated fat (over 70 grams).
And just so you really understand what you’re biting into? Eating this burrito is pretty much the same as snarfing down SEVEN McDonald’s sausage McMuffins. Yikes!
- But doesn’t it just sound so delicious — “filled with scrambled eggs, bacon, chicken chorizo, cheese, crispy potatoes, avocado, peppers and onions, over spicy ranchero sauce.” It really is too good to be true…
Source: Daily Mail
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Man Creates Forest By Planting A Tree Every Day For 39 Years
August 08, 2018
Man in India committed to planting a tree every single day and has stuck to it for the last 39 years.
After extreme flooding and drought caused devastation to an island in India, a teenager vowed to plant a tree there every day. Jadav Payeng lives on Majuli in Assam, India - the world’s largest river island - and he was just 16 back in 1979 when he decided to plant a sapling every day to prevent further erosion to his homeland, but he stuck to his word.
Now, 39 years later, Payeng has single-handedly created a forest bigger than Central Park in New York City. His trees cover 1,360 acres and the woodland is home to Bengal tigers, rhino, and 115 elephants. The father of three did his tree planting in secret for many years, but a photojournalist captured his good deed back in 2007. Now he’s nicknamed the “Forest Man of India.”
He admits that at first, planting was really time consuming, but now the trees seed themselves, so it’s much easier. Payeng remains dedicated to his forest and says he’ll continue to plant seeds “until his last breath.”
Source: Daily Mail
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