Fast Food Operation

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Since 1970, the amount of fast food restaurants has doubled; it brought the total to 300,000. In U.S. History has always been a fast pace culture, with a big working class. As the U.S. progress into the 1970’s they slowed down, many think that the advance in technology has slowed American down making most American lazy. In reality, the introduction of fast food and the rapid increase of their building all over the nation, has slowed and fatten Americans. Making society slow down and making the people around the world thinking the United States as fat slow people. Because fast food is such a big deal in the nations, the world should take extra precaution towards the ingestion of fast food.
Fast food is the United States leading case of obesity; obesity is a major problem with many health and mental risks. As Sarah Muntel said in her Article Fast Food- Is It the Enemy, “33.8 percent of the U.S population is affected by obesity” (Muntel1); fast food is a big factor in most of the obesity in the United States fast food is the cause of obesity which is causing society to slow down. Because obesity means that someone is fat, they are slow and do not put the any effort to do any sort of action to improve society. These obese people are lazy to walk, cook and are more prone to a medical problem. They even have motorized carts in stores for those fat people to shop; this proves that they are lazy to walk. With the rate that fast food restaurant increasing and as well as increase of obesity, America will be known as one of the top five fattest countries in the world. As Sarah Muntel said “These foods are highly processed, full of fat, calories, and sodium” (Muntel 1), too much of any of these food can cause a huge problem, not only in wei...

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