We know without a doubt that fast food is not healthy at all, why do we keep feeding this industry?
We know how look they good, how tasty they are, but after seeing America getting overweight. Are these industries bound for extinction in the near future? Are there hidden interests?
Sorry, typo correction: "How good they look" instead of "how look they good"
Morgue file.com What is it that makes fast food so popular? And why is that after knowing the unhealthy stats, we still run to it like obsessed addicts? Looking back in history, In 1940, brothers Maurice and Richard ("Mac" and "Dick") McDonald... read more
by Jerad Maplethorpe7 years ago
I'd like to know if you eat it, how often, and what effects you believe it has had on you, your community and society as a whole.I'll be writing a hub on the results so please be thorough. Thanks!
by Bill Manning7 years ago
I'm trying to eat a bit healthier. I already eat good food, like chicken, fruits and no junk crap. But I have a hard time finding good veggies.I noticed that a sub from subway has lots of veggies and it seems fresh too....
by middledemon7 years ago
In my opinion, fast food is better than fresh food for 3 reasons. First, it's your best friend when you're hungry. You can take it anywhere and you don't have to cook it. You can warm it in 2 minutes by...
by sarovai8 years ago
Is it fast food really good for our health? Can we make it regular eating fast food only?
by Ashley Barbel3 years ago
Why would you want to work in a fast food restaurant?In just three years from working at Wendy's, I have become a mean person and I get annoyed and angry a lot faster than before. From the customers in the drive thru to...
by Stacie L2 years ago
Will fast food restaurants ever go out of business?The trend is leaning towards healthier eating, so will fatty, sugary and fried foods ever go by the wayside?
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