Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
RoadFish.com mens lifestyle and finance magazine was fairly appalled to learn of the second diner in the span of two months collapsing during a meal at the Heart Attack Grill and being rushed to the hospital. RoadFish.com hopes that these back-to-back incidents will spark awareness in people to take good care of their health, and evaluate what they are putting into their bodies. RoadFish.com believes that you can’t put a price tag on a healthy diet, and that good health, wealth, and happiness go hand in hand.
There is a sign at the Heart Attack Grill that issues the warning, “This Establishment is Bad for Your Health.” Items on the menu include burgers with names such as the Triple and Quadruple Bypass Burger, and lard-cooked Flatliner French Fries. The quadruple bypass burger has even been named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most caloric sandwich in the world, coming in at 10,000 calories for the 4-patty burger topped with layers of cheese and bacon.
Andrew Chow of Reuters reports that on Saturday evening, a female diner in her 40s collapsed during her meal at the Heart Attack Grill. The customer was reportedly eating a Double Bypass Burger, smoking cigarettes, and drinking an alcoholic beverage. Chows article suggests that its unlikely the woman, who is now recovering from the emergency, will be able to sue the establishment to pay for her medical bills for several reasons. The cause of her collapse remains unknown, and additionally the assumption of risk is a factor in this situation, since the customer knowingly entered into an activity when she was aware of the dangers and possibility of injury.
RoadFish.coms Senior staff writer is quoted saying, I absolutely think that a persons health is their own responsibility, period. And health is not just one decision, its a series of choices about the way you eat, exercise, and take care of your body. This restaurant happens to serve enough calories in one meal to feed a small army, but its the customers choice to be there eating it.
Online publication LosAngelesGrubStreet.com, who covers restaurant and dining scene stories, reported that the restaurants owner, Joe Basso, did not sound terribly disturbed over the customers medical emergency on Saturday. Basso reportedly is quoted saying that the restaurant is not liable for medical-related issues that diners may suffer while at the establishment due to the warnings that the restaurant posts about the food being unhealthy to consume. He is quoted saying, Unlike cigarettes, I have had warning labels since Day 1 when we opened in 2005 telling people how bad our food is for you. I think that skirts any liability we might have. The Heart Attack Grill is apparently also known for treating customers who weigh more than 350 to a free meal.
RoadFish.com hopes that these incidents will raise awareness and prompt people to look closely at their health and eating decisions. RoadFish.coms Senior staff writer is quoted saying, Two major keys of being healthy include getting enough nutrients through food and water, and not taking in toxins. Another one is getting enough exercise. I dont know the lifestyles of the people who collapsed at the Heart Attack Grill, and how healthy and fit they were before their respective incidents. But I do hope that these unfortunate events have sparked some awareness in others to take really good care of their health, and eat 10,000 calorie meals sparingly.
According to the above-mentioned Reuters article, restaurant Joe Basso is quoted saying of the female customer who collapsed on Saturday, “She was eating, drinking, smoking, laughing, dancing, having fun. But when you treat your body like that day in and day out, eventually your body is going to give out.”
RoadFish.com is an online men’s lifestyle and finance magazine targeted toward men in their 30s and 40s that have already attained a moderate level of success in life, and are striving toward more. It goes over current events of interest to this group, such things as exciting adventures, making money, consumer interests, hot chicks, and US mortgage rates as well as ways to make more and save more money. It is a publication owned by Purpose Inc.