Ozon — Still fast, less fat, kid-centric

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The much-discussed documentary flick "Supersize Me" demonstrates in (rather horrifying) detail exactly what a steady diet of fast food will do to the human body, but the big screen isn't needed to see the scope of the problem: current statistics show over 37% of American kids are overweight, and more than 15% are clinically obese. The opposing issues of serious obesity-related health concerns and the entrenchment of fast food in American culture present a unique problem to parents who want their kids to eat more nutritiously. Sure, McDonald's is now offering smaller portions, and has added deluxe salads and spring…

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