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serving sizes in fast food restaurants have increased significantly since the introduction of these eateries in the early 1900s.
Fast food restaurants have become a staple in American society but at a price.
fast food is typically an unhealthy choice that is high in fat, sugar and sodium.Increased fast food serving sizes have likely impacted obesity rates in the United States, according to a 2002 study.
More and more Americans are losing their battle against obesity, and a study out this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests a major reason why.
Over the last twenty years, the American diet has changed dramatically both in terms of the quantity and quality of our food intake. In 1970, Americans took in an average of 2,160 calories per day.
As we search for the truth on how to keep our families healthy, it is impossible to ignore some of the more obvious changes taking place in our food-filled environment.
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