In this day and age Americans increase their awareness towards obesity, which is commonly experienced by adults who consume lots of fast food as their daily meals. The awareness of unhealthy living is later driven to the obesity in children. Children are the easiest targets for misdirected, fault influence from the television commercials. American culture allows the television viewers including children to worship convenience in watching TV and enjoying snacks, so that both children and parents love to snack all the time.
McDonald's products perhaps are not categorized into snacks, but they are convenient and tasty meals, which is quickly available, practical, completed with delivery service and cheap occasional packages for parties that people keep it in memory in seconds. McDonalds has always been know for their burgers and fries but now are more concerned with fitness and exercise. McDonald's has pushed to convey a healthier image in the midst of mounting criticism. Not to mention obesity lawsuits that claims fast food is not nutritious and has contributed to America's weight problem. McDonald's was also the target of the 2004 documentary "Super Size Me," which focused on the health decline of filmmaker Morgan Spurlock during an all-McDonald's diet. The movie, "Supersize Me" is about a man's mission to eat every meal at McDonalds for thirty days. Keep in mind that the average customer would take over six years to eat the same amount of food. Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock gained a lot of weight proving to the world that McDonalds is horrific to your health. This is not necessarily true. Yes some people in the world have McDonald's for every meal of the day, everyday. But it is rare for someone to do this on a daily basis. McDonalds agrees with some aspects of the movie but not all. The core argument, if you eat too much and do too little, it is bad for you.' But that can be any fast food restaurant, not just McDonalds. McDonalds...
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