They might not have proper education and good living condition like their rich urban counterparts, but a study has found that 10% of deprived inner city children living in London have the privilege to visit a fat food outlet every day. This highlights the infusion of these fat food joint in the society and how they dominate the lives of children as well as elders.
There have been many studies which suggest that people living in London are lazier as compared to the rest of the world. Moreover, the obese ratio of the region has also been on a rise. This evident from the fact that more than half of the children living in the poor urban areas consume fast food two times a week.
There have been many debates on the issue that children living in London don't get enough nutritious food and their dependency on fast is increase day by day. Now, the data published in the online journal BMJ Open highlights the same issue with some figures.
The biggest reason for such a trend can be put on peer pressure and the availability of fast foods. The research also urges necessary action to be undertaken in order to ensure that children get more nutritious food rather than junk food.
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