Obesity Causes And Effects

Obesity Causes And Effects
English Paper. Causes Of Obesity?

I''m writing a paper on how fast food Causes Obesity. (Cause and Effect of paper.) Are sentence makes sense? Ps I''m not ragging on people who are overweight, it is only the allocation of Thanks. Since fast food is what people are obese and more people is having health problems, this is also affecting our society when insurance premiums are rising because the costs of health problems of people who are overweight.

Eating fast is what most people who are obese and therefore more people having health problems. This affects our society insurance premiums increased due to increasing health costs higher among overweight people. His sentence has many grammatical problems.

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