Food Inc Documentary

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After watching the Food Inc. documentary film and participated to in class discussion, I realized that people are living in a world that is featuring a totally wrong image of the food that individuals are consuming. People are blindly following the path of an unhealthy life that leads them to death. Population is restricted from information and people are being victims of a dirty and contaminated food era. People are being lied about the food they are eating and the fast food industry is bigger than never. The process that food is produced today has drastically changed and some aspects to talk about are: farmers are being manipulated; fast food is being supported by the government and consumers always have the choice of living healthy. Fast…show more content…
People can choose not to eat food that is provided by the farms shown in the documentary. But may also be contaminated and make consumers sick. Also, the food that people consume contains bacteria which can kill them. People need to start reducing their intake of meat and instead eat more organic products such as salads and fruits. Also try to reduce my intake of carbonated and sweetened drinks and instead drink more water which is a healthier alternative. Consumers can choose to live a healthy lifestyle by consuming organic products and avoid eating fast food. Not every product that is advertised on television and in newspapers is healthy for people and the only persons that can make a change is the customer. Choosing to eat in fast food restaurants is cheap and very convenient nowadays. Knowing that: farmers are being manipulated; fast food is being supported by the government and consumers always have the choice of living healthy people need to take a decision that will change their life. What consumers do not realize is that they pay a small price for this unhealthy food now and will end up paying with the price of their own lives later. This is no longer an issue of cost as eventually people who suffer from sickness or disease may end up spending more. Furthermore, there is no price tag to living a healthy

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