Summary Of Don T Blame The Eater

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When dealing with fast food the question becomes, Where do we point the finger? The essay "Don’t Blame the Eater" written by David Zinczenko and "What You Eat Is Your Business" by Radely Balko, both explore the issue of fast food eating.The contradiction presents its-self when trying to figure out who is to blame for the health problems people face due to fast food. David Zinczenko sympathizes with kids and argue that by providing nutrition labels it will help the people make better choices, while Radely Balko stress the idea that people should take self responbilitie.Although each essay has very many strong points and were written very well "Don’t Blame the Eater" was written better than the essay "What You Eat is your Business" due to abundance of evidence and background. The titles of the essays have a big impact on what the reader thinks before actually reading.It is critical to have a title that is interesting, because it makes the reader want to dive in the text. Zinczenko titles the essay "Don’t blame the Eater".The tone is heard in the title alone.The title is very engaging and makes the reader continue to read.Although Zinczenko title is …show more content…

Zinczenko's claim "They've crossed under the golden arches to a likely fate of lifetime obesity.And the problem isn't just theirs—it's all of ours" (Zinczenko pg.392) is a very powerful claim.The word choice is phenomenal."Instead of manipulating or intervening in the array of food options available to American consumers, our government ought to be working to foster a sense responsibility in and ownership of our own health and wellbeing." (Balko pg.396) serves as the claim to Balko's essay.This claim is remarkable the tone it gives off makes you want to continue to read. Despite the fact that Zinczenko's essay as a whole was written the best ,Balko's essay had the best claim due to the word choice and tone of his

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