Nope. Doesn't count. It's full of oil and stripped of nutrients. So even if it's fish, it depends on it's composition. When they say take 3 servings of fish it means fresh fish. ^_^
ADD: I had some friends working in a fastfood company R&D team and they recommend me NOT to eat anything processed no matter how "healthy" it was advertised.
"the coating on the fish is specially designed to resist absorption of oil so when it is fried it absorbs less oil than most other fried fish products"
Let's put it this way, assuming that is true then what doesn't stop it from NOT letting the oil drain out? I doubt they use canola oil since it's not cost-efficient.
And wasn't McDonalds always claiming their foods are "healthy" but now are currently facing a lawsuit?
· 1 decade ago