Fast food + commercially advertised toys = good nutrition for our kids?
Kids are bombarded with "fun food" that often goes against our ideas of good nutrition--or do you have a different perspective? I'm not just worried about fast food, but almost ALL of the "food" I see advertised for children on TV.
I agree. America is one of the fattest and unhealthiest nations on the planet and Britain is not far behind.
Oh heck no! It's part of our (American) society and it is soooo unhealthy. How clever of the corporations (Mc Donald's being the prime culprit in my opinion) to bombard the Americans with their tasty, addictive fast food and raise a whole generation on it as well!
It is part of the obesity of the culture and part of the greed of the corporations. If parents were smart they would NEVER let their kids have fast food! But, it's all a matter of convenience and then getting hooked.
I suggest the new series here: Mondays are cooking with kids days...there are a few hubbers writing these hubs and they are great! Cardelean is one and stephhicks is another. check 'em out-truly inspiring.
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