Fast food is that name given to food that is prepared and served very ASAP. While any food with a low preparation time can be considered fast food, the term usually refers to food sold in a restaurant or store with hot or cooked ingredients, and then provided to customers with a combined release or removal form. Single-parent families and single-parent families are on the rise. As people do childcare, childcare, social and technical services, education, and recreation, traditional home meals are often skipped, eaten on a regular basis, or fast-paced. As a result, waiters at fast-food restaurants have taken on the responsibility of preparing meals for families and those who do not have time to prepare food. This paper has reviewed its implications for family life as a result of the Family Life Change now.