I'm probably in the minority on that one, since millions of people regularly eat fast food. But that number could be on the decline if cities like Los Angeles have their way. Last summer L.A. lawmakers banned fast-food chains from opening new outlets in South L.A. The goals? Reduce obesity and encourage new healthier food choices and food outlets.
Is this bogus or not-what do you think? I, and the other editors at EatingWell, wondered whether people think a ban on new fast-food restaurants would be effective at accomplishing these goals, so we asked three experts and our readers to tell us: "Do you support banning new fast-food restaurants?"
We received answers that ranged from an emphatic "Yes!" to don't-take-away-my-fries-or-I'll-slap-you "No!" and everything in between.
Here's a sampling-Read More »from Could you live without fast food?