Where you eat is totally optional, but if you ask the masses who struggle with being overweight or obese, chances are you'll get varied opinion on that sentiment.
Some will tell you the blame for their bulging belly rests squarely on the fast food chains that are positioned throughout their neighborhoods, just beckoning them to stop on a daily basis for breakfast, lunch and perhaps even dinner.
Fast food restaurants make billions of dollars each year and market themselves as convenient, cheaper alternatives to preparing dinner at home or spending money at a sit down restaurant. And most of the time, that sales tactic works to perfection.
Consumers gobble up hamburgers and French fries in droves, and thus turn the tables on these fast food stops and blame them for their eating woes. What makes this love and hate relationship between the masses and these fast food restaurants is the overall rating that most of the well known chains receive. Big time players in the industry like McDonald's and Burger King often find themselves on the bottom of customer approval lists and aren't necessarily well liked.
That doesn't mean, however, these fast food chains aren't well attended.
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