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Fast Food Dependency

By | Feb. 2013
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The Fast Food Dependency

Thesis: The fast food industry is entirely unhealthy, disintegrating not only our health but also many other things, including our morals and expectations.

I. The fast food industry provides the world with food that is diminishing our health. a. Restaurants not required to provide nutritional info b. Restaurant secrets revealed
c. Proportion sizes and names change
II. David Kessler plays a big role in reconstruction of the FDA. d. Kessler’s role with the FDA
e. Kessler’s background
III. Misleading labels lead to removal.
f. Kessler fights ‘fresh’ labels
g. Kessler fights ‘cholesterol free’ labels
IV. The overeating epidemic greatly affects Americans.
h. Overeating epidemic explained
i. More calories means more weight gain
j. Availability and entertainment

The Fast Food Dependency

The fast food industry is entirely unhealthy, disintegrating not only our health but also many other things, including our morals and expectations. Little do people know that the simple hamburger they are eating from a local fast-food restaurant actually contains the beef of thousands of different cows, as Eric Schlosser points out in Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal. In fact, it seems that the public knows very little about the fast-food industry or the FDA at all. While the health movement has swept over America, people care more about the carbohydrates and calories in their meals than they do about the quality of, not only the food itself, but also the people who made such a quick meal possible. The legislation SB 120 died on the desk of Arnold Schwarzenegger, the governor of California, on October 15, 2007. The bill would have required restaurants to provide the nutritional information of the food items on their menu. Simply put, this bill would have made it law that fast food chains inform us on what exactly we are eating. Calling SB 120 a...

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