I. Introduction: a. Attention Getter: Nothing can be as satisfying and enjoyable as eating junk food. Is it not? It can be so good! Food is what makes us who we are.
I.Introduction A.Hook/Attention getter: “Fast food” is named as fast food because of the whole process from ordering, preparing and serving the food just take several minutes. B.General statement: Fast food is becoming more and more popular among people around the world because of the changing of lifestyle from the past times to the present times. C.Thesis statement: Due to the convenient, affordable price and good taste of fast food, consumption of fast food is rising but it brings negative effects on our health in the long run. II.Body A.Topic sentence: Fast food restaurant such as McDonalds (McD) or Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) are available almost anywhere in the world, and you can even get it with a simple phone call and get it delivered
Cheeseburgers, fried chicken, French fries, chocolate bars, sodas, etc. are one of the cheap and delicious foods that anyone can afford it, but if someone surpasses this it may end up affecting your health. Don’t blame the eater by David Zinczenko talks about how fast food contributes to obesity, some faults of the children consuming it and some faults of the parents allowing them. His research is based by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that estimates $100 Billion dollars are spent yearly in health care. The fast food industry is taking advantage of children by providing them with foods that cause obesity, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.
• The survey report on “What Americans Eat” was aired in the Early Morning Show, and editor Fran Carpentier tells co-anchor Harry Smith of CBS News the message of “we are eating is such a component of a healthy life and even may prevent health problems”. • CBS News report is trying to make people aware of what we are doing to ourselves by not watching what we are eating and should be very concerned.
Using direct quotes from active food service employees effectively bring the pathos appeal full circle because it helps the reader to consider perspectives that aren’t their own. So it’s a little sneaky in it’s logic. The audience is forced to consider multiple solutions that could contribute to eating healthier without the fear of resisting current trends. Uncomplicated language and basic tables help to make this article universally applicable to readers who are not a part of the intend-ed
Often times, schools offer foods that are high in sugar, fats and calories, because they are higher in demand and would satisfy the public youth. In addition to that, these junk foods are much more accessible and cheaper than healthier foods. These foods that are high in sugar and fats don’t provide students with the proper nutrients needed for proper brain development and encourages students to eat unhealthy foods, making school a breeding ground for obesity. Children that spend almost half or more of their day at school need to be provided with a healthier lunch that meets their basic dietary needs. Obesity is a problem that stems even from school itself, a place where students are supposed to feel encouraged to learn, make positive life decisions and staying active.
To live humans need three main things: water, food, and the ability to breath. Although we do need to drink beverages and eat food we must have some that fulfill the health requirements that we need to live. With fast-food restaurants becoming more popular people have neglected their health in order to eat more junk food. This report focuses on McDonald’s, Burger King, and Tim Horton’s food and their nutrition levels. All these meal unhealthy, but some are more unhealthy than others.
Therefore, fast food, if consumed frequently may make people unfit and unhealthy. People are gaining weight from eating a lot of fast food which causes them to be unhealthy. The increase of sugar and fats in the food may be harmful to an individual’s health. In turn, this can make a person unfit due to sedentary lifestyles and an increase in portion sizes. Having the option to make the food bigger is causing people to become overweight and may cause more health issues.
In her article “Food as Thought: Resisting the Moralization of eating,” Sociologist Mary Maxfield claims that food is neither moral nor immoral, therefore, everyone can eat whatever they desire. Maxfield feels that everyone should trust their body and allow their mind to decide on what our body needs intake. On a daily basis our body needs the proper nutrients to function. But too much or too little nutrients can cause many illnesses or other problems that can be harmful and damaging to our body. However, Maxfield ignores the fact that eating whatever we want we may suffer the consequences of negative side effects.
Eating Healthy Michael Pollan, a health food spokesperson, made some interesting critiques on how he believes that there is an American paradox such as, “a notably unhealthy population preoccupied with… the idea of eating healthy” (Maxfield, 442). The idea taken from Michael Pollan’s quote is that he believes the definition of healthy eating has more to do with how it is “driven by a well-funded corporate machine” (Maxfield, 442). He is also claiming that the food industry is benefiting on our lack of knowledge on how to eat properly when it comes to being healthy. In her article Food as Thought: Resisting the Moralization of Eating, Mary Maxfield directly attacked Pollan’s claims, pointing out the hypocrisy in his words because he is sharing
Jamie showed non video a family that was obsessed and coached the Mother concerning better food choices for her children as she was the culprit of their bad eating habits. This example assisted in connecting with the audience on how bad food choices contribute to obesity and an early grave. The audience continually reacted positive to his approach and at times
In the long term, the food cravings may turn out to be addictions to foods. It has been proven that cravings increase further when people are on diets. Therefore, when a person eats, they are likely to eat highly calorific diets, thereby undoing the benefits of their dietary regime. It should be noted that
Name: Malcolm Thomas Instructor’s Name: Mrs Carolyn Wiles Blair Date: November 10, 2014 Course: Freshman Composition II Section: D Name of Assignment: Argumentative Essay The number of fast foods restaurants is increasing worldwide and Mandeville is no exception with the recent opening of pizza hut. Unfortunately, many people opt to eat fast foods instead of a healthy balance meal. Discuss four effects of fast foods culture of eating habits and the health of human being.
C. This will lead to the negative effects such as the health problem,family problem,and the economic problem if the society still interest with the fast food popularity. Body paragraph A. Health problem can be one of the severe effects of over intake of fast food. 1. Someone who is too addicted to fast food are afflicted with obesity. a) Fast food is famous among the children.