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Consequences of Fast Food

Summary: Examines the impact of fast food diets in the United States. Describes how diets of convenience lead to larger waistlines.

So many different kinds of fast foods are readily available in the United States today. Americans do not take into consideration how lucky they really are to have food at there finger tips in just seconds, for less than a dollar. Learning from personal experience, I know how quick and easy it is to acquire fast food day or night. The luscious taste of a sweet and sour chicken sandwich or a thick hamburger stacked high with lettuce and onion always makes me running back for more. If not the quality that makes me desire more, it is the presentation. From the shiny foil to the quick but attention grabbing commercials, each little detail makes it hard to resist. Therefore, convenience, quality, and presentation are three stylish ideas that make the fast food industry so irresistible. Nevertheless, do not be so swift to say that there...

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