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Shame on It seems that the average family is spending more time going out to fast food restaurants compared to eating at home. With more Americans exercising, obesity is at a new high. With the ever increasing obesity problem in America, fast food chains have been pointed out as those to blame. Who is to Blame? Is it the consumers or the companies making the unhealthy food readily available? While eating is becoming the easiest alternative to a sit down dinner at home, the effects of too much fast food can be harmful and sometimes fatal to someone's health. It's too easy to place the blame on the companies when the one making the decision to eat out is your customers. Supply and demand is straightforward and easy to comprehend. Broken down this means: distribution is the product the firms have and need is what the consumer wants. If the customers thought they should not be purchasing unhealthy foods they wouldn't put any money into that item. After that product stops making money, the firms reevaluate what the requirements of the customers are and then promote a new product. Because fast food restaurants are still very much in business, the requirements of their unhealthy products are still high. A significant thing with Americans gaining additional fat is that as they're eating more, they are exercising less. Some people are able to get away with eating McDonalds everyday since they workout regular also. However, the majority of us do not take that time out of our day to get rid of those additional calor...