Princess Leia’s ‘Buns are a ‘healthier’ option for burgers

Burger bun calories have been touted as a healthier option for eating a burger.

However, a review by researchers at University College London found that the calorie content of the Princess Leia burger is only 5 per cent lower than a regular burger.

The research also found that there were no noticeable differences between Princess Leia and the standard bun when the bun was made with the same ingredients and in the same cooking conditions.

“The results are reassuring and we’re very happy with our findings, but they don’t show that Princess Leia is a healthier alternative to a normal burger,” said Dr Rachel Wood, lead author from the University College of London’s department of health and life sciences.

“We’re very concerned that the high calorie content is actually an issue for people who may have trouble maintaining a healthy weight and weight maintenance.”

Dr Wood said Princess Leia has a low calorie content.

“In a lot of people’s eyes, Princess Leia looks like a regular hamburger but is really more like a bun,” she said.

“This study shows that there is a huge variation in the quality of the food that’s on offer when you make a Princess Leia bun.”

This means that people may want to try making their own version of the burger but they may not be able to get the same results as with a regular bun.

Professor Wood said the findings showed that Princess’ burger is the healthier option when it comes to burgers. “

They’re not an indication that Princess Links are safe.”

Professor Wood said the findings showed that Princess’ burger is the healthier option when it comes to burgers.

“While there are plenty of burger chains that offer a variety of burgers, the ones we’re testing are all from McDonald’s, Burger King, Burger Kings, Sainsbury’s, Carl’s Jr, Lidl and Tesco,” she explained.

Our findings do not prove that Princess Leads are better than a normal bun but they do show that people can get better results if they try to cook the burger properly.”