The impact of non natural sugar in people 's diets Most people have sugar in their diets, but do you ever look at the impacts it has on you? Sugar is one of the most dangerous everyday things you can give your body. In plain words it’s a poison. But what are the impacts of this terrible thing? Sugar is high in fructose which over loads your liver, but before you can understand why sugar is so bad for your body you need to look further into it.
Although sugar is seen as the public’s number one enemy. Nancy Appleton a writer who wrote Suicide By Sugar, blames the government and certain food industries for creating advertisements promoting bad sugars. But also in charge of creating the child obesity epidemic in America, endangering young children’s health in the U.S. Since some foods have artificial sugars, sugar decreases the quality of life in the U.S. Stated by the Journal of the American Heart Association Internal Medicine, “People who consumed more than a quarter of their daily calories as sugar…twice as likely to die” (Health, Richards).
First of all one reason that there should be warning labels on sugary drinks is because sugary drinks are very unhealthy to be consuming a lot of and could have several different diseases such as diabetes, heart attacks, obesity, liver damage, ext. "Obesity is the most common to occur from abusing sugary beverages." ( Lloyd, 2014) Since sugary drinks can be deadly and cause diseases plus are very unhealthy it would be a good idea to put warning labels on the containers to let the consumers know these things, to let the people know that abusing added sugar they could become obese, unhealthy, and/or have organ problems such heart attacks or large amounts of sugar cause liver fat. Obesity can be caused because added sugar is highly fattening. Sugary beverages are also the easiest way to consume excessive amounts of fructose says Joe Leech in his article " 13 ways that sugary soda is bad for your health" Sugar is added to so many of the foods we eat
What exactly is obesity? Obesity is a condition characterized by a body weight excessively higher than normal due to high amounts of body fat. It is an issue that affects many people in the U.S. including children. While child obesity is a growing concern among society, it is also an issue that should be dealt with responsibility by considering ways to solve the obesity epidemic itself,
The label obese, is thrown around way too much and has way to great of a meaning to be thrown around that much. A child being called obese could ruin his or her self esteem for a long time. Also, if you call a kid between the ages of 5 and 13 obese you are basically saying they will be obese forever. Obesity is a problem in America and a lot of other places, but the problem that is worth fixing is actually the way we use the
In the worse cases, the final consequence of either disorder is death. The importance of anorexia and bulimia cannot be embellished. It 's just that serious.. Self-induced vomiting is especially problematic for the teeth, specifically. Over time, it causes tooth degradation, which will lead to rotting and gingival issues. This is because of the stomach acid released by the digestive system.
Increased malnutrition is caused by poor diversification of diets such as relying too much on starchy staples. Thus, the consumption of a variety of foods is important for positive health. Malnutrition can be reduced by the consumption of diets having animal sources, vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables as well as nutrient-rich legumes (Arimond and Ruel, 2004; Thompson and Amoroso, 2011). According to the FAO, IFAD and WFP, (2015) about 800 million people do not have sufficient access to calories. A low intake of vitamins and minerals causes about 2 billion people all over the world to suffer from micronutrient malnutrition (IFPRI, 2014).
In recent years the topic of dieting has been extremely controversial. It is clear that diets do cause people to lose weight, but what are the effects after the diet is over? The daily argument over this topic is if dieting helps or if it is actually more damaging to those who engage in them. Despite the fact that diets help those overweight lose weight; dieting harms the body and causes weight gain in the long run. This is because dieting alters the body not knowing when to feel full leading to overeating as well as causing biological and physical damage.
Also because it is a bad habit to be eating candy or drinking soda. It is also a high risk of getting cancers and chronic
To change the world we need to combat obesity! Being that obesity is the 5th leading cause of deaths worldwide it has become a major issue (EASO, n.d.). Obesity is no longer just in the high income countries we associate it with, it’s now prevalent in middle and low income countries as well. This is cause for concern because now 65% of the world’s population lives in a country where more people die from being overweight or obese instead of being underweight. Death is an extreme when it comes to obesity, but still likely, and it’s mostly seen in the elderly.
Sceintists say that it will cause problems. People who only eat products that contains sugar have a higher risk of getting heart diseases, diabetes or another sugar related disease. And it is very difficult to eat no sugar. First of all because almost all the food in the supermarket contains sugar. Secondly, because sugar can be really addictive.
Anorexia is defined as the lack or loss of appetite for food. But it really is a serious emotional illness with a fear of being fat. Which leads to the person to have a poor diet which can lead to dangerous weight loss. Anorexia to many people isn’t such a big problem. But that’s because they don’t see what’s really going on.
Also social and environmental factors play a part. These include psychosocial (racism & stress), education (literacy & numeracy), economic (income) and physical environment (poor and overcrowded housing) (Donato & Segal, 2013). This socio-economic disadvantage causes higher burden of disease and is due to largely preventable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, mental disorders, chronic respiratory disease, obesity and cancer. Risk factors contributing most to the higher burden of disease in indigenous people are tobacco, high body mass, physical inactivity, high blood cholesterol, and alcohol (COAG Reform council, 2013). For instance obesity increases the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and contributes significantly to the total burden of disease gap between indigenous and non-indigenous people.