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Even though David Zinczenko and Radley Balko both agree that obesity is a problem in America Zinczenko focuses more on how fast food companies should do a better job on supplying nutritional facts on their food while Radley Balko focuses on how the government should quit focusing on how the best way to alleviate the obesity public health crisis is to remove obesity from the realm of public health 397 David Zinczenko first points out on how teenagers today can only get an affordable meal from fast food restaurants Many teenagers today live in homes where their parents work long hours and are not home to prepare them lunch or dinner These kids have to resort to getting a cheap meal from one of the local McDonalds Taco bell etc These kids are forced to indulge in unhealthy and fattening foods Zinczenko points out how he grew up in a split up home with a mother that worked late He was forced to have fast food on a daily basis He grew up as an overweight child because of this very reason Zinczenko lucked out fortunately and joined the Navy and joined a health magazine and began to turn his life around He points out how most others do not get to have this luxury He then goes on to point out on how fast food companies fail to show an acceptable amount of information on their food He points out how there is no calorie information on the packaging that the customer receives like there is in grocery stores Therefore the customer has no real idea on what he or she is putting into their bodies He then goes on to state how some fast food purveyors will provide calorie information on request but how even that is hard to understand to some He brings up the example of a chicken salad listed on one companys website It lists its chicken salad as 150
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