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    1301-4438 16 September 2012 Fast Food Favorites Almost everyone enjoys to eating fast food because it is cheap. Many people these days prefer to eat food that makes their food fast and also they do not have to spend more than five dollars. This nation is surrounded with fast food restaurants and there is no one way people can miss one down their street and in every mall. I work at the mall and I tend to eat fast food since it is the only thing near me. My three favorite fast food restaurants which are

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    Elisha Ruth Ramos Cragin Day College Writing I 16 October 2012 You Vs. Fast Food Remember how simple it was to pull up to the drive through and tell the little speaker box what combo you wanted? You weren’t ashamed of asking for large fries and a chocolate milkshake because your stomach can handle anything you decide to digest. The salty golden arches crunched as you took a bite‚ the juicy double cheeseburger melted in your mouth or the sweet tea quenched your thirst and the hot fudge sundae

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    people eat fast foods because they are cheap‚ tasty‚ and convenient. But do people know what fast foods are made from? Is it healthy to eat fast foods everyday? Do fast food companies really fool their customers? In the essay “The Big Fat Case Against Big Macs‚” Ellen Goodman doubts that the best lawyers can prove that fast food companies‚ like McDonald’s and Burger King‚ are the causes that make many people become overweight and have health problems‚ but they can prove that fast food companies

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    Fast Food “Approximately 30.3 percent of children (ages 6 to 11) are overweight and 15.3 percent are obese. For adolescents (ages 12 to 19)‚ 30.4 percent are overweight and 15.5 percent are obese”. Every year the percentage of Americans increases the obesity and death rate in the United States of America. This all is happening because of unhealthy junk food we eat every day. People eat fast food almost every day because they are too lazy to cook healthy food in their home so they always look for

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    obese than those of above-average economical resources. I believe that there are four major reasons why low-income adolescents are more likely to be obese. The high prices of good quality foods have a great impact of accessibility to those who can’t afford to buy such products. A strong marketing force for junk food has proven to be a direct contributor to obesity in America. The lack of jobs for adolescents in this economy has been increasing‚ creating a bigger hole to succumb to inadequate nutrition

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    Food Science and Quality Management ISSN 2224-6088 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0557 (Online) Vol .11‚ 2013 www.iiste.org Trend of Fast Food Consumption and its Effect on Pakistani Society Farzan Yahya1* Rabbia Zafar2 Soam Shafiq2 1. 2. Department of Finance‚ Lahore Business School‚ The University of Lahore Department of Marketing‚ Lahore Business School‚ The University of Lahore * E-mail of the corresponding author: farzan.yahya@yahoo.com Abstract Fast food is convenient and tasty though

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    me you probably have had more fast food than you would like to admit. Fast food is an idea that has taken the world by storm‚ being able to travel from home to Chicago‚ to Boise‚ to Atlanta or now even China and get the same food made you way! Some people blame fast food for America’s obesity and laziness problems while others could not live a day with out a Big Mac or Whopper. Fast food was originally intended to serve working class citizens at a fair price for food when they were hungry. Today

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    12/13/12 Fast Food Advertisement Target Children “The problem is when that fun stuff becomes the habit. And I think that’s what’s happened in our culture. Fast food has become the everyday meal.” Michelle Obama stated this quote to inform America that fast food is becoming a problem in the U.S. Fast food had been making business since the 1960’s and proudly serving all across America (Schlosser. 4). It hasn’t been until the 1980’s‚ referred to “the decade of child consumer”‚ where fast food didn’t

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    INTRODUCTION Fast food can be defined as any food that contributes little or no nutrient value to the diet‚ but instead provides excess calories and fat. Nowadays‚ there are  millions of  fast food restaurants in the world that offers their costumers plenty of different meals with a special price. Fast food can be a good way to save time ‚but it is not the proper way for nutrition.  Researchers found that eating fast food meals more than twice a week was associated with double the risk of

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    Eric Earnhardt “Fast Food Linked to Obesity: An Annotated Bibliography” A large controversy in the field of health and food today is the effects that fast food and industrialized food have on our wellness. The convenience of obtaining food has become the main objective in society‚ but is it taking a toll on our health? Fast food restaurants such as (but not limited to) McDonald’s and Burger King are a major aspect to how

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