Eating habits in America really get a lot of criticism.
But the truth is, it matters much where in America you look.
In big cities, people are becoming more health-conscious every day.
This is shown by what foods they choose to buy in supermarkets, and what restaurants they eat in.
There is now a big push for “green” foods that are grown naturally.
In cities like New York and Chicago, restaurants offer new and healthy styles to stay ahead of the competition.
However, these habits contrast with those in America’s heartland.
Here, people tend to eat more traditional and higher fat foods, such as breakfasts of eggs, bacon, sausages, toast and other greasy, but delicious foods.
Fast food chain restaurants such as McDonald’s and the Olive Garden, which serve cheaper food, draw a lot of customers and are popular in most places.