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Fast Food, A Healthy Option?

Fast Food, A Healthy Option?

The obesity epidemic in the United States is cause for concern, not only for individuals, but also for the broader society. The cost of public health in this area could become enormous in the coming years and activists are demanding that restaurants display information on the nutritional benefits (or lack thereof) of their food so consumers can make choices based on ‘personal responsibility.’ Not all food at restaurants like McDonald’s, Burger King, or other major chains is necessarily bad for you, but it is important to make good decisions in order to maintain a healthy diet.

October 11, 2007

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