People have to take charge of their own health.
Eat well, get some exercise, get a good amount of sleep, and stop blaming their problems on McDonalds.
That got me thinking... The number two killer in US is heart diease and US has one of the fatest country in the world (Canada is pretty high up there as well). Does this mean Americans are the most unhealthy and laziest people in the world? I think not. Perhapes there maybe other reasons.
Blaming things on an individualistic level, you can never really get to the bottom of a national problem. When there is a social problem, it would be more wise to look for social factors that causes it.
Here is somewhere we can take this discussion:
1. I don't have this stats: who are the "fat" people in America? Race, gender, social class, etc etc etc...
2. I notice that my weight tend to go up a lot when I eat out frequently or eat other fast food such as instant noodle, craft dinner. Why is that? Who tend to eat out more and why? Who can afford the time and money to cook nutriential and healthy meals three times a day?
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