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If we were to consider health as wealth then we would see America going bankrupt In the last 50 years obesity has multiplied waistlines have widened and Americans are becoming lazier There are more obese Americans now than there ever were before but whos to blame for this the food corporations or the consumers In the end it is the consumers fault for leading themselves into obesity Some people dont control the amount of food they eat and may also lack the motivation to exercise daily Then there are parents who lead their child to obesity by spoiling them Fast-food restaurants or any type of junk food arent the only source of food out therePeople have the freedom to choose what to eat and many decide to make fast-food restaurants their main source of food This leads man on the path of obesity and once theyre obese they do nothing about it But most of the teenagers who live as I once did on a fast-food diet wont turn their lives around Zinzenk David Dont Blame the Eater pg 44 Mr Zinczenk has a good point here a great majority of the people who became obese do nothing to fix it they would rather blame the food corporations when in reality they should blame themselves In the past 50 years child obesity has tripled and parents have a large role in leading up to this Parents are supposed to keep their child healthy yet some parents interpret healthy in a wrong way For example Bronx teenager who tips the scale at 400 pounds and whose mother said I always believed McDonalds food was healthy for my son Brownlee Shannon Its Portion Distortion That Makes America Fat pg 33 I was never aware that fries hamburgers and soda was healthy nor was I aware that McDonalds would say their food is very healthy Yes McDonalds at first didnt say they were unhealthy either it was
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