Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture
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Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture
Let's see the link between American people and Fast Food ! It could be a big Love Story #EatQuicklyFastly #JunkFood
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Sweetened Drinks Linked to Depression in U.S. Soda Study

Sweetened Drinks Linked to Depression in U.S. Soda Study | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
Drinking more than four sweetened beverages a day, especially diet soda, doesn’t appear to be good for one’s mood, a study by the U.S. National Institutes of Health found.
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Don't Drink so much Soda #BeCareful

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An Macdo Flag see on the Moon ?

An Macdo Flag see on the Moon ? | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
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America discover the Moon or Macdo ? May be the both... 

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Fast food Infographics

Fast food Infographics | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
Fast food daily charts - discover exciting infographics about
Fast food on statista.com!
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Ohters Informations about the Fast Food buiness and the Kid #FirstTarget

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Portion size inflation

Portion size inflation | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
The average fast food soda has gotten six times bigger over six decades.
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X6 bigger than in the 50's #Amazing #MoreAndMoreKL 

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Obesity and Fast Food

Obesity and Fast Food | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
There has been an exponential rise in the number of obese individuals especially in developed nations like United States and United Kingdom. Now obesity has become a public health problem in most nations.
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"Fast Food is 11% of American Diet" 

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Fast Food and American Culture

Fast Food and American Culture | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
An essay on the interaction between fast food and American culture.
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Eat Quickly or Quality ? #BigChoice

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4food. De-Junking Fast Food. - YouTube

We bring fast food thats fresh, delicious, and nutritious to all ages, lifestyles, incomes, and ethnicities. No fads, fillers, nor anything artificial. Were ...
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Fast Food Advertising To Children Statistics and Graphs

Fast Food Advertising To Children Statistics and Graphs | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
Information based on recent research about the money spent by fast food companies advertising to children. Just how much money are they spending by age group and more importantly, what about the empty calories they are promoting to children! Stay informed with these facts.
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Advertising TV in American Dailylife 

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Fast Food Statistics | Statistic Brain

Fast Food Statistics | Statistic Brain | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
Statistics and facts on business, consumer, sports, financials, world news
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Consumers’ estimation of calorie content at fast food restaurants: cross sectional observational study | BMJ

Consumers’ estimation of calorie content at fast food restaurants: cross sectional observational study | BMJ | Fast Food in American lifestyle and Culture | Scoop.it
AbstractObjective To investigate estimation of calorie (energy) content of meals from fast food restaurants in adults, adolescents, and school age children.Design Cross sectional study of repeated visits to fast food restaurant chains.Setting 89 fast food restaurants in four cities in New England, United States: McDonald’s, Burger King, Subway, Wendy’s, KFC, Dunkin’ Donuts.Participants 1877 adults and 330 school age children visiting restaurants at dinnertime (evening meal) in 2010 and 2011; 1178 adolescents visiting restaurants after school or at lunchtime in 2010 and 2011.Main outcome measure Estimated calorie content of purchased meals.Results Among adults, adolescents, and school age children, the mean actual calorie content of meals was 836 calories (SD 465), 756 calories (SD 455), and 733 calories (SD 359), respectively. A calorie is equivalent to 4.18 kJ. Compared with the actual figures, participants underestimated calorie content by means of 175 calories (95% confidence interval 145 to 205), 259 calories (227 to 291), and 175 calories (108 to 242), respectively. In multivariable linear regression models, underestimation of calorie content increased substantially as the actual meal calorie content increased. Adults and adolescents eating at Subway estimated 20% and 25% lower calorie content than McDonald’s diners (relative change 0.80, 95% confidence interval 0.66 to 0.96; 0.75, 0.57 to 0.99).Conclusions People eating at fast food restaurants underestimate the calorie content of meals, especially large meals. Education of consumers through calorie menu labeling and other outreach efforts might reduce the large degree of underestimation.
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People eating at fast food restaurants underestimate the calorie content of meals #NotAware...

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