Fast food Essay | Fast Food: Who's to Blame?

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Fast Food: Who's to Blame?

Summary: A response to David Zinczenko's article "Don't Blame the Eater." The article states that despite its adverse health effects, fast food is simply cheaper and easier to obtain, with few alternatives available.
In David Zinczenko's "Don't Blame the Eater" we find that Mr. Zinczenko is speaking from a first person point of view as he shares his personal struggles with being over weight. Mr. Zinczenko tells us how in America it is simply easier to eat fast food not only because it's so cheap but the fact that it's widely available with few to no alternatives. At first Mr. Zinczenko mentions a recent court case in which a lawsuit was placed against McDonalds and other fast food companies for making people overweight. Mr. Zinczenko states that "What ever happened to personal responsibility"" this statement is a bit eluding as his real stance on the subject is quite different!

Mr. Zinczenko starts out which sharing his personal past as a child and how he grew up having to eat fast food because it was the cheap alternative for...

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