Super Size Me

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Music and Movies

 

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Anthony O

 

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December 10, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Makes you think, what's more, the national weight gain over the past half-century coincides with the rise of major fast-food outlets. Twice as many American adults are obese today than in the 1960's. Over this same period, fast food has become cheaper and easier to buy. Spurlock goes to show how people in countries like Japan and China have abandoned traditional healthy diets in favor of fast food, the rates of obesity have soared...
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Then in countries which have resisted the spread of fast food culture, like France, Italy and Spain, obesity is far less of a problem. Spurlock really showed how something as simple as getting a quick burger is a life changing event. Obesity is not only a wide spreading effect of fast food but diabetes is becoming just as much of an epidemic...
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