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Don T Blame The Eater

Suhyun Kim Professor Elizabeth Hoffman ENGL 1 December 8, 2010 Lack of Responsibility In the article “Don’t Blame the Eater,” written by David Zinczenko, he asserts that children have the right to sue fast food companies because their food made the children unhealthy and over-weight. Zinczenko believes that the fast food companies cause the childhood obesity because their primary concern is to make profit. Therefore, they do not care about the unhealthy food that their customers consume. He...

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Don't Blame the Eater

“Don’t Blame the Eater” In David Zinczenko’s article “Don’t Blame the Eater” he focuses on the fast food industry and their role in the increasing health and obesity issues of our nation’s children, as well as these issues potentially becoming a serious problem that we will all have to deal with if we collectively don’t do something about it now. When it comes to the topic of fast food, most of us can agree that it is not the best source of nutrition. It is unhealthy and can be the cause of...

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Don't Blame the Eater

Don’t Blame the Eater Dear David Zinczenko, In the essay “Don’t Blame the Eater”, fast food restaurants were blamed for childhood obesity. If healthier alternatives are not available the obesity rates in children will increase and all consumers of fast food will suffer health wise. These fast food restaurants provide convenient but unhealthy meals for people without warning them of later consequences. This essay was persuasive because of the examples and statistics used to prove that it is not...

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Don't blame the eater

 Don’t Blame the Eater, Blame the Eating Industry In terms of personal health, the borders of proper nutrition are similar to that of a jail cell. Zinczenko points outs the restrictive nature of food within modern day Am erica. A generalized point of view that can be taken from this is that the fast food industry is incredibly convenient and affordable for necessary needs to live and thrive in modern day America. Zinczenko brings in examples that involve personal experiences in his family...

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dont blame the eater

obesity. In David Zinczenko’s, article “Don’t Blame the Eater” he blames the fast food industry for the increase of health and obesity related problems. I completely disagree with Zinczenko that the fast-food industries are to blame. I think the reason for our obese nation is the lack of personal responsibility. The absence of personal responsibility is why Americans are obese and are at unhealthy weight levels. Some may argue that McDonalds is to blame for making them fat and there are limited options...

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Don T Blame The Eater Short Essay 1

Ashley C Muench Dr. Andrew Pisano English 101-10     January 28, 2015 It’s Not Just the Shakes David Zinczenko argues in his short essay “Don’t Blame the Eater” that he has personal experience in the “helplessness” of gaining weight due to lack of options in the fast food industry. Zinczenko makes a strong argument that there are overwhelming amounts of fast food restaurants and deceiving calorie counts in the industry. Although constantly eating unhealthy will certainly play a role in weight gain...

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Response to "Don't Blame the Eater"

15, 2013 Assignment 1 In the essay, “Don’t Blame the Eater”, David Zinczenko, editor-in-chief of Men’s Health magazine, discusses the recent lawsuits against fast-food chains. He does not deny that there should be a sense of personal responsibility among the public, but has sympathy for the kid consumers because he used to be one. Zinczenko argues that due to the lack of nutritional facts and health warnings, it’s not so ridiculous to blame the fast-food industry for obesity problems. My...

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Don Quixote

DON QUIXOTE The novel opens by briefly describing Don Quixote and his fascination with chivalric stories. With his “wits gone”, Don Quixote decides to become a knight and ream the country side righting wrong and rescuing damsels in distress. He outfits himself in some old armor and professes his love and service to Aldonsa Lorenzo whom he refers to as Dulcinea Del Toboso. After a long hot ride on his horse he comes upon an inn which he thinks is a castle and the innkeeper...

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The Lotus Eater

Mythic Structure in Somerset Maugham’s “The Lotus Eater” The word ‘myth’ is derived from the Greek word ‘mythos’, which means a traditional tale common to the member of a tribe, race or nation. It usually involves the supernatural elements to explain some natural phenomenon in boldly imaginative terms. Today myth has become one of the most prominent terms in contemporary literature analysis. It was Northrop Frye, one of the most influential myth critics (others including Robert Graves, Francis...

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A Critique of “Don’t Blame the Eater” by David Zinczenko

States. For a long time now, people have been discussing who is to blame for the obesity crisis going on. Some people prefer to blame the government, several blame the restaurants, others the parents and even the schools receive criticism for obesity. People should develop their own ideas on the obesity crisis and to figure out who is to blame and how to fix the problem. The main article I want to focus on is “Don’t Blame the Eater” by David Zinczenko. Throughout this article, he refers to the few...

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