Are restaurants and junk food producers responsible?

Discuss the March 2016 Eating Bull by Carrie Rubin.

(Note, Carrie Rubin's previous book The Seneca Scourge was book of the month in December 2012. :) )
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Post by eelavahs-jay »

Restaurants are businesses. Fast food producers remain in operation beause there are consumers out there willing to purchase their unhealthy grubs. They really can't be faulted for responding to demand.
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I think they are responsible for choosing to put forward mostly things that are not healthy, but as long as they are not lying and saying what they are offering is healthy for us, it is everyone's own responsibility to control what they consume.
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Post by offirest1978 »

keeping in mind the end goal to lessen your danger of corpulence, it is basic to diminish intake your these unhealthy processed foods and replace them with fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains and nuts.
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