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Everything that’s Wrong with the American Eating Habits, All in One Blog!

22 Mar

This article came to my attention the other day thanks to one of my friends.

Now, let’s take into consideration that I’m in my mid-twenties, and that typically people do not die at age 29, except in the cases where they have been murdered or killed by accident.

The Heart Attack Grill is an actual restaurant, and they actually stand by the notion of Americans to defend their freedom to do whatever they want.

I, too, am a huge defender of a human being’s ability to make their own decisions, but I also caution that said decisions should be informed and not necessarily arbitrary.

A place like the Heart Attack Grill makes fun of something that’s actually quite serious- a poor diet

Poor diets create poor bodies, and poor bodies harbor poor minds.

The food we eat affects us on many levels. I’m not saying that one should never consume fatty food or have a snack that’s not the healthiest thing for you, but there’s a huge difference between eating something that’s unhealthy because it’s an old recipe from back in the day when people were far more active and would actually burn off those calories and deliberately concocting the most unhealthy meal possible in the name of freedom.

Below is a commercial from said establishment. For my sensitive readers and viewers, I would suggest skipping the video, as some of the advertisement may be disturbing to you.

That poor man weighed 575 pounds and is now dead at age 29.

Freedom doesn’t mean having the ability to do whatever stupid whim comes to your mind with absolutely no one’s criticism and no repercussions whatsoever.

Beaux

 


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2 Comments

Posted by on March 22, 2011 in food, postaday2011, unhealthy food

 

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2 responses to “Everything that’s Wrong with the American Eating Habits, All in One Blog!

  1. gigi

    March 23, 2011 at 11:38 am

    Yucky…This is unbelievable….Just because we have a choice does not mean that we choose wisely…Just got to use common sense…

     
  2. athursdayschild has a long way to go and much to be thankful for.

    March 23, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    Also in olden times food was fixed without chemical additives.

     

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