"In a way it probably is contradictory," Wade acknowledged. "But hospitals are trying to be realistic about people's lifestyles and accommodate choices."
For the general population of America, I don't really feel the particular foods offered by any fast food restaurants are to be blamed, nor is it really an issue that they are being offered in hospitals... fast food is cheaper, faster and still tastes pretty damn good, so what's the problem? The people! aha!... ****, you can still eat McDonalds and lose bodyfat... the main problems as I see them are portion control and inactivity. All people need to understand is there is only so much food (any kind of food) they can eat daily and not gain fat, especially if they have a desk job... just realize the fatty pizza is far more calorically dense than a tuna sandwich or something, and *control yourself*... it's always far easier to eat healthy at home than eating out... which is why so many people eat out, and eat poorly in the first place... so it ain't the hospital's problem... if the market dictates fat and processed sugar, that's what they'll serve.. if people ever decide to start educating themselves about proper nutrition, things will change.