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A few of you are old enough to remember when a fat person was an oddity. Am I wrong? It’s what I remember from my childhood. I also remember that we didn’t have fast food and didn’t by loads of chips and other corn syrup infested goodies.

So here’s an infographic from online research marketing company, Lab 24, that uses survey data to paint a picture of fast food, young male adults and obesity.

I imagine that this information could spark some useful conversations in science and health classes. This is from Mashable, where I found the graphic…

Fast food is a part of American life, whether we like it or not. But social media users aren’t scarfing down that junk, are they? Sounds like a good topic for a survey filled with statistics that are both obvious and surprising.

That’s exactly what our Infographic-creating and social-media researching friends at Lab 42 did, collecting opinions from 500 social networking males aged 18 to 35 about their fast food preferences.

Because Lab 42 hit one of the biggest target demographics of fast food purveyors (perhaps biggest in more ways than one), and to qualify for the survey respondents must have gone to a fast food restaurant in the last three months, the survey might make it look like there are more fast food lovers than in the general population.

The Graphic:



(Sent from Flipboard)

.. Sent from my iPad …


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