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  • When people all over the world are looking for a quick, easy meal to grab on the go, fast food is the common solution.
  • With the efficient service, low prices and casual atmosphere, fast food seems like the ideal "all-American" choice.
  • In fact, over 25 percent of Americans consume fast food every day.
  • Fast food does not have to be unhealthy, but most of the time it is.
  • Consumers often order foods with more fat, calories, sugar and sodium, and less nutrition and vitamins than is necessary.
  • The fast food industry spent more than $4.2 billion dollars in 2009 on TV advertising and other media.
  • The average preschooler (2-5 years) saw 2.8 TV ads per day for fast food; children (6-11 years) saw 3.5; and teens (12-17 years) saw 4.7.
  • Young people's exposure to fast food TV ads has increased. Compared to 2003, preschoolers viewed 21% more fast food ads in 2009, children viewed 34% more, and teens viewed 39% more.
  • Nine restaurant Facebook pages had more than one million fans in 2009, and Starbucks' boasted more than 11.3 million.
  • McDonald's and KFC specifically targeted African American youth with TV advertising, targeted websites, and banner ads.
  • Teens between the ages of 13 and 18 purchased 800 to 1,100 calories in an average fast food visit.
  • At least 30% of calories in menu items purchased by children and teens were from sugar and saturated fat.
  • At most restaurants, young people purchased at least half of their maximum daily recommended sodium intake in just one fast food meal.
  • Teens ordered more fast food than any other age group during non-meal times after school and in the evening.
  • The researchers say insurance companies should sell their fast-food stock or use their influence as shareholders to make fast food healthier, by pressuring big restaurant chains to cut portion sizes or improve nutrition, for instance

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