Right, it's not the 7 trips to McDonald's each week, the 4 heaping scoops of sugar per cup of coffee, or the 5,000+ calories people eat every single day. It's the "shit" in chicken breast.
If people made better choices, ie, they didn't eat fast food every fucking day, obesity would be eliminated.
That doesn't mean we can't do better as far as how a chicken is raised (I pay extra for antibiotic free & free range, but understand not everyone can) or pesticide use on fruits and veggies, but that's an absurd excuse for obesity. Obesity in the 70s when they used DDT was nothing compared to obesity today, for example.
If what you're saying were true people would never lose weight, which we know is absurd.
You want more regulation, why am I not surprised. We've only got a $5,00,000,000 federal agency that's supposed to do this already and every freakin thing that's in every piece of processed food is on the federally required label.
What more do you need?