should feeding kids processed food be considered child abuse?

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    Based on the information I know about processed foods and the effects it has on the body, I am leaning towards yes. How to enforce, I am not so sure.
     
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    Just kill all the parents who ever bought their kids a Happy Meal.

    Next problem, please.....
     
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    My son hardly eats processed foods, but I do get him Happy Meals every once in awhile. Happy Meals are not the problem, it is the parents who buy them for their kids all the time.
    Parents stopped making a good dinner for their children, and now buy pre made meals, instead of making it themselves.
     
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    Kill them all.
     
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    The processed foods are a lie.
     
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    Fuck yeah!

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    buying one time is pretty rough.... if becomes a weekly thing than we can talk
     
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    Either you want to solve the problem, or you don't?

    Buy a Happy Meal.....you and the kid get the gas (you for killing a child, and the child for being a burden on our healthcare system).

    Kill them all. That's the only logical answer.
     
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    So to summarize:

    Blu believes drugs should be legal and fast food should be illegal?

    Good grief.
     
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    I agree everyone has an opinion. BUT you cant tell parents what to do with THEIR children.

    How many people/parents do you know that cook EVERY meal from scratch? I cant tell you how many parents i know who take the path of least resistance. They do what is easy, they do what will cause the least arguments, the do what makes life the least hassle.

    That is not a judgment of right or wrong, should or shouldn't. It is what it is.
     

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