Who is at fault should not be the prevailing question but rather what can be done to stop child obesity.
Who needs to be educated on child obesity, the child or the parent?
But first, you want to make sure that you don't have any ideas that don't belong, or don't fit.
Looking at what you have above, I'm wondering if the idea of food addiction belongs with the rest of your ideas.
I believe there are two reasons that we choose to take our children to fast food companies and those are the simple facts that it is easier and faster, and second because we tend to spoil our children.
As far as the food addiction goes, maybe it is not the food we are addicted to but the time it takes to get that food.People are so swamped with busy schedules and it is easy to just run through to the drive thru, eat quickly, and spend more time with our families.Your thesis statement should include your reasons for supporting your beliefs.I believe that most parents are smart enough to realize that fast food is a poor food option for their children.I believe there are two reasons that we choose to take our children to fast food companies and those are the simple facts that it is easier and faster, and second because we tend to spoil our children. I think that those parents who point fingers at fast food companies are the minority.While child obesity is a growing concern among society, is it an issue that should be dealt with as to who is responsible for the obesity itself, or is it an issue that should be analysed as to what can be done about it?If a child is the responsibility of a parent or guardian, should the parent then take on total responsibility of making good decisions for his or her child?When is the child responsible for his or her decisions is a good question.When will society stop pointing fingers and take on the role of educationg all who are affected by this serious issue known as child obesity?Of course, you probably want to be more specific than that parents should take responsibility.You want to be able to write exactly what parents should do.