Fast Food Restaurants Essay

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Many people have become use to eating at fast food restaurants rather than preparing food for themselves. Many people, particularly young people, have preferred to eat at these fast food restaurants rather than at home. There are many reasons why this change has occurred, but this essay will outline the serious effects of this move towards fast food on individuals and society.
Fast food restaurants have been known to be places for customers to receive cheap food and fast service. Many common fast food restaurants are McDonalds, Burger King, and Jack in the Box. One characteristic of many fast food places is that they offer food at a low price. These fast food places sell food at a low price to make food affordable to customers that might not have much money to spend or to
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At home, people can be more outgoing and express their feelings without anybody feeling shy or ashamed. At home one can be as loud and as quite as one want to and its okay. Keeping the tradition of eating at home also helps by gathering together as people and feeling a sense of unity with each other. By eating at home people save a decent amount of money rather than going out to a fast food restaurant and wasting that money. Also by eating at home, people know what type of ingredients are going into one’s food.
In Conclusion, although fast food places are a good place for families and friends to go out and experience something new, sometimes eating at these fast food restaurants to many time can affect one’s health and social life. If people eat at these fast food places regularly it can cause obesity and other serious health problems that can harm their bodies. Even though fast food places are all around people, people should make better choices and spend time with their families and friends preparing their own food, which only they know what will be the ingredients

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