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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - John Cisna
Eating out has become part of our everyday lifestyle. As a registered dietitian nutritionist, I am often asked, "Is fast food healthy?" — to which I reply, "Yes."
An Iowa science teacher lost 37 pounds while eating only McDonald's for three months to show that it's people's choices, not fast food, to blame for obesity.
'well he went to McDonald's and he only had the salads. No, I had the Big Macs, the quarter pounders with cheese. I had sundaes, I had ice cream cones," he said.
'Hey, it's (a) choice. We all have choices. It's our choices that make us fat not McDonald's," he told the station.