Everyone knows that excessive fast food intake can harm to your health and it is also not recommend to all of us. However, we all still continue with such habits and do not care about it because of the fast food delivery service prepared by the restaurant that easy for us and the price is cheap. There are a few of the risks of fast food intake that we all should to know for having a healthy lifestyle. One of the risks is the obesity problem where it is due to the fast food intake continuously. Most of the fast foods contain high sugar and unsaturated
And more than anyone could ever think of. This paper will describe about what fast foods contain, why they aren’t the main reason to obesity, and how to overcome obesity. Fast food is food that can be prepared and served quickly to people who are on a hurry. Fast food restaurants usually have a walk up counter and/or drive-thru window where you order and pick up your food without having to wait long. Probably you will hear people telling you fast food are not good for our body at all.
It is very safe for students to eat in a local restaurant than fast food restaurants. Given the fact that today’s student is always busy, some of them consider fast food as a convenient source of food but this can have an adverse effect on student’s health. According to Mc Night (2002), Fast food ingredients are artificial, high in sugar or fat are not meant to be eaten on a regular basis. Consuming these ingredients regularly can lead to health issues including heart disease, diabetes and cancers. Being aware of these effects is essential to determining whether fast food is safe to include in your diet, particularly if you suffer from heart or digestive issues already.
Effects of fast food on health NATIONL UNIVERSITY OF MODREN LANGUAGES ISLAMABD Submitted to: Madam Farhat Sajjad Submitted by: Ejtehad Hussain Roll No: 10723 BSSE-IV (Morning) Date: TABLE OF CONTENTS Sr.# Contents Page No 1 Abstract 3 2 History 3 3 Objective 3 4 Research Method 3 5 Interviews 4 6 Conclusion 6 7 References 6 Abstract:- Introduction:- Food is nessary for human life and for good health it also required that food must be healthy but in the fast-paced life with busy schedule and almost no time to cook people give more preference to fast food. Burgers, pizza, fried stuff with cheese, French fries, donuts, and all such food items that can be prepared and served quickly are termed as fast food and
Although, fast food helps people to save time and money, it may lead to some serious illnesses such as obesity, heart disease because of its low quality ingredients and it is dangerous for peoples’ healthy. If humankinds continue having fast and junk food illness related diabetes will increase to 10% in 25 years. In my point of view, government should ban selling
Meaning they found more benefits from fast foods as compared to their negative effects to the physical health and even to the environment. Most consumers ate at fast foods because they believe that foods are well prepared although there are authors who said that fast foods may have not prepared their foods carefully. Also, the respondents do not believe that fast foods have negative effects as claimed by various authors such as fast foods have preservatives and ingredients that can develop more fats resulting to becoming obese. Generally, on the major question if fast foods have more bad effects than good effects to the health
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.
The rising prevalence of obesity has become a major public health concern. Fast food industry has a bad impact on our environment We can say that junk food doesn’t only harm our health but it is also very harmful to our environment. Most junk food ingredients contains a lot of harmful chemical substances such as flavouring agents and pesticides which affects our health badly and also has a bad effect on our environment. Secondly, we can say that not only chemicals harm our environment but the whole process of production. Sometimes fast food places sell bad meat which is not produced at factories and this leads to global warming which is very harmful to our environment.
However, in recent years, the fast food industry has become the subject and source of the rise in the rate of obesity throughout countries. Journalist and author Eric Schlosser explained in his book, ‘Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal’, that today, fast food has created an impact on society that has fueled an epidemic of obesity, and transformed food production throughout the world. Large fast food corporations, such as McDonald’s and Coca-Cola, have become so prominent in people’s daily lives that they have grown so powerful by exploiting their young consumers that they can influence government nutrition policies, as described by Professor Marion Nestle in her book ‘Food Politics’.
Should fast foods be banned, limited or allowed in society? Over the past decade, the living style of human beings has always been on a fast pace, because of this, society has been largely dependant on fast foods. The term ‘Fast Foods’ is regarded to be foods that can be prepared/served quickly. Over the past few decades, fast foods has become extremely popular, as it is relatively low in cost and quick to prepare. However through the research of many professors and researchers, it has been concluded that fast food causes many health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure, strokes, heart disease and some cancers.