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In the article, “ Don’t Blame the Eater” by David Zinczenko’s, he explains that it is not the children’s fault for eating fast food but the companies who keep expanding in local areas where it is-easier-for children to get a taste. Zinczenko agrees that it is not healthy for the body and it is a worldwide problem that most families are facing today. The villain in this true story is the industries that do not stop making these unhealthy fast food for children and spread advertisement all over the media. Don’t blame the eater, blame the government to make more strict rules on a healthy environment.

The main reason why Zinczenko seems to write the article is because of his self experience by telling the readers a story of when he was growing …show more content…

Companies have focused on trying to grow exponentially on their income rather than caring for their customers health. Consequently, this affects families with low income as their only escape is more calories for their children. He asks, “where, exactly, are consumers-particularly teenagers-supposed to find alternatives?” This question ask the readers as he raises the question of accessibility and affordable food. Fast-food is less expensive, faster to get, and simple to buy, perfect target for …show more content…

This might not be much of a problem to some people but the labels affects the way children view food. Children see tobacco as a potentially dangerous object for the human body. If kids viewed fast food as tobacco then fast food would have a negative result and obesity will decrease. Instead, fast food seems friendly to children and with no danger so they of course continue eating they way Americans are eating today. If more companies, other than restaurant companies, start advertising fast food as tobacco then kids will start realizing the dangers of obesity because it is growing in the United States and it is not the eaters fault is it the

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