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A Vicious Cycle

The American Addiction to Fast Food

Taylor Ramsay

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of A Vicious Cycle

Comfort Food Society Addiction Evidence Consequences Breaking the Addiction A Vicious Cycle:
American Fast Food Addiction Cost and Time Efficiency Sight, Smell, and Taste Personal Gardens Go Organic The Brain Dopamine Fast Food and Drugs pleasure and reward Work Cited

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