In his article, “Don’t Blame the Eater” (New York Times, November 23, 2002), David Zinczenko asserts that fast food industries need to manage the weight because it is leading to obesity among people who are visiting them. He begins with his personal experience; how he used eat from fast food places. Zinczenko’s parents were split, mom was working long hours a day, and he was fed on fast food every day twice. The author uses statistic and example as an evidence to prove the down side of fast food industries therefore; the reader can understand and have sympathy for him. Initially, Zincenko is declaring that fast food companies are contributing to obesity because of lack of alternatives. It is very convenient to find fast food places in short distances in North America but is hard to find healthy alternatives in short distances. He emphasizes that people who go to fast food places to be aware of the obesity and it is not completely that people are to blame. Lack of alternative leads to lack of information that fast food companies hide their calorie counts, fat labels and write it in very small so, that people won’t able read clearly. The writer is warning fast food corporations, whom need to be taking on greater responsibilities, by taking action in showing their calorie in a more accessible and understandable way to read, and to apply more healthy alternatives to their menus. Also he warns the American government be responsible for the obesity among people. Ultimately, he illustrates that it is not just the “eater’s” (195) fault for the health problems, fast food companies need solve the problems regarding the obesity among people.