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The truth about fast food restaurants Fast food restaurants are a very quick and easy way to get food if you are in a hurry but there is a dark side to this convenience Most fast food restaurants are generally bad for both people and the environment The production of food is in a way harmful to the environment The food itself is a potential risk to peoples health In addition many people who prefer a fast food meal to a home cooked one do not realize that in fact they spend more money than they should The number of burgers and other fast cooked meals made with meat eaten every day is enormous This means that the number of cattle needed for meat is also huge To satisfy the growing demand for meat forests throughout the world are being slashed to create fields for the cattle Many countries once covered with deep forests are suffering today from the lack of wood and shelter A lot of different species of forest animals and birds are becoming extinct because they have no place to live The trees are also an essential in creating oxygen which is becoming more of a problem every day All this is happening in order for so many people to enjoy fast cooked meals every day The food served in most fast food restaurants is very high in fats and cholesterol People who regularly eat fast cooked meals are causing themselves a great danger loading their organisms with fats and building up cholesterol in their blood vessels That is why we see so many people suffering from being overweight and having hart attacks Even though they keep coming for more poisonous food every day It became an addiction for some Sure it tastes good and is very convenient but what is better to eat it every day and then suffer or to be healthy and enjoy life People
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