In today's age of convenience, fast food needs no introduction. Everyone from a 2-year-old toddler to a 60-year-old grandpa seems to be enjoying it every chance they get. And why not? It's delicious, it's filling, is really affordable, and readily available just any time of the day, being only a drive through phone call away. What more can you ask for when you are living life in the fast lane? Well, plenty ? fast food is all good tasting, except that it is not nutritionally balanced and, therefore, unhealthy in the long run if consumed on a regular basis. The student life is the last chance to grow. It is a transitional age in the human life. The exceptional rapid growth in this stage is characterized by a lot of individual variations that poses difficulty in defining normality. In our society where priorities are based on mortality and morbidity rates, students have been overlooked by health planners. But recently their presence, care and counseling are coming to limelight, there is high prevalence of obesity and heart diseases among them and one of the reason or the blame can be put on the fast foods.