Everyone thinks differently about fast food, I asked my friend about what they think about when they hear fast food they said USA because many people there are fat because of fast food or have a health problem (heard from the news). In conclusion preparing meals is healthy since one knows the ingredients and how the cook I cooked. On the other hand, fast food is cooked promptly. I don’t like that fast food are not healthy and makes families spend less time together. As for me sometimes I eat fast food, but I try my best to give up eating such products.
However, people’s action to sue fast food companies seems hardly sensible, because their foods are not poisoned, spoilt, or molded. Although their foods are far from healthy and their advertising tactics are extremely cunning, fast food restaurants are not the only one to blame for today’s rocketing rates of obesity-related health problems. It is entirely a person’s decision whether or not he or she chooses to eat fast foods. It is largely known that fast foods are junks for the body, yet people still buy them wanting a quick fix for their rumbling stomach. People can always avoid fast foods and make healthier options if they want to, and suing the fast food restaurants will not make them lose any weight or fat they have in their body.
Effects of Fast Food Junk food can be your last food. Junk food is the worst foe of human health, and it begins when people start advertising about fast food, and how delicious it is. Likewise, when people start talking about fast food, and how it is better than food that prepared at home. Many people are addicted to fast food because it is more delicious, convenient, and faster. However, these days people think that junk food may not affect their lives and their health.
Choosing the cheaper corn-centered foods also causes consumers to miss out on some excellent nutrition and some great foods that can get overlooked when purchasing processed foods. That list makes me want a turkey dinner even though it 's not Thanksgiving, or perhaps some home-baked chicken and baked potato, some seasonal vegetables, and a berry salad for dessert. Like everyone else, I usually buy the cheap and easy dinners, but looking at that list and imagining all those colorful fruits and vegetables may spur
If we didn’t have fast food in the present days, we would be vegetarians or we would all have extreme thin bodies because we didn’t eat food that contains a big amount of carbohydrates. Fast food was made for a purpose and it’s for people who work in offices and are in a hurry to their job during their break. So they grab a meal and make their way quick back to their seats. There have been debates and scientific researches over whether fast food is the main cause of obesity and that it should be blamed for its cause. Mostly people agree with the part of it being the biggest problem for our health and some disagree.
Living in this day and age with low income becoming more and more common, brings issues such as obesity. The only thought of hungry people is how and when they will be able to fill their tummies next. They are disillusioned that the only important thing is filling their bellies, which in turn leads to fast food and highly processed government subsidized foods. Fast food is more expensive than a supermarket alternative, processed foods are packaged fats, and all of these foods will just lead to health many health issues making it all more expensive in the long run. The fast food industry with mouth watering commercials and very convincing prices has tricked many into thinking that it’s the cheapest way to fill a hungry tummy.
Fast food is cheap and convenient. A person can easily grab a burger, fries and a shake after practice, school, or work instead of going home to make a meal. It is often common for people to have fast food delivered to their house. Not only does getting this food make a person unhealthy, it also makes them more lazy. According to a study on CBS.news, researchers at the University of California Los Angeles did a study on rats with different diets.
Students lunches are being downgraded every year. The United States has one of the cheapest school lunch programs around the world. An Article called The Real Problem with School Lunches talks about how “we criticize schools ' reliance on highly processed, heat- 'n '-eat food, but cooking from scratch requires adequate cold storage and food preparation facilities, as well as trained workers” (Siegel). This shows that we complain so much on how the food is prepared but the government as well as every individual does not want to pay the price. Also “school meals in other countries fascinate us because they reflect a society 's true food culture, as well as its regard for its children” (Siegel).
Deep-fried turkey When it comes to the quintessential Thanksgiving turkey, every preparation is not always healthy. For most of us, Thanksgiving memories comprise feasting on the traditional roasted version, but recently there has been a trend of people serving deep-fried turkey during the holiday dinner. It may sound appetizing, but it cannot be recommended for anyone who wants to keep the consumption of unhealthy carbs to a
Cafeteria food in schools is made to be healthy for students, but is it really healthy for students if they think it is foul and do not want to eat it? Should schools change the healthy foods to foods that students would actually want to eat? School food’s job is to be healthy and tasty to get the students through their day, but sadly school lunches tend to miss the mark on both accounts. Public schools rely on money from the government to supply food to their students, but due to several cutbacks the thing served in the cafeteria is hardly food at all. We all know the stereotypical school food mystery meat Monday or a slab of grey mush and sadly that is not too far from what it is in reality.
Obesity happens because many people tend to consume fast food because it is the easiest option than taking time to make a nutritional meal. Schlosser mentions why people do not care much for healthy options, “Consumers savor the flavor while operators embrace [the] profit margin”(241). That is pretty much saying that the even if they do have a healthier option, it does not necessary mean that it is healthy at all. Another article from natural news mentions what obesity because of processed foods does to the body. The article says that although many people do not eat at any fast food restaurant they can still find processed foods in grocery markets, that
They are both to blame. The parents keep blaming the companies and the companies keep blaming the parents. They should both just take responsability that they both are to blame for the obesity of the children. Parents are sometimes too busy to be able to make their children a homemade meal. There are so many fast food restaurants in every town or city, they’re everywhere and the food is prepared and quick so the kids want that because it taste good and the parents buy it because they have no time to make them a meal at home.
Quoting Wal-Mart, Mr. Holt-Gimenez explains, “If you’ve always lived near a grocery store, or fresh market, here’s something you’ve probably never considered: There are neighborhoods across the United States where it is nearly impossible to find fresh produce. These places are called ‘Food Deserts’ and Walmart is committed to removing them from our communities” (525). Access to fresh, high-quality food is a major factor in today’s obesity problem and the reason why lower income individuals suffer from higher obesity. Lower income residents, often with no access to transportation other than the public system, are at the mercy of the food offerings that are within a few blocks from their home. With no grocery stores or fresh markets around, their choices are limited to fast, low-quality take out or pre-packaged foods void of any nutritious value.
The Dollar Menu at McDonald 's may appear inexpensive, but is the food as appealing as the price? After watching a documentary that exposes an unethical way farms and factories produce our food, it has made me thankful that I decided years ago to not eat fast food “meat.” Although I don’t eat fast food meat, Food, Inc. has made me reconsider eating fast food at all. Even though countless fast food joints claim that their food is locally produced and grown, I know that most of the items on the menu may have come from a factory. Buying potatoes from the market would be better than buying fries from fast food because it is locally grown and you’re being more conscious about what you put in your body everyday. Food.
After all some people may pick Industrial food chain because it cheaper and it quickly made .There are many health problem cause by eating Industrial food chain.Which medical checkup cost a lot. Also people may chose Industrial organic cause it say organic what people do not know is that the chicken are feed other animal waste. As well as some people pick hunter gather it not a good choice because you don 't know where the animal been and if it has a disease. I believe that local sustainable is the best choice for me and my family. In conclusion I picked local sustainable because it’s healthy.