One of the problematic vagueness was when the author was trying to describe that McDonald's foods are dangerous or unhealthy. For example, the author had an image with the text "Eat Fast, Die Young" which is vague since the readers do not know what causes death. In fact, the image brings several questions: What food makes people die young? Was it the salad? The hamburger?
EXPLANATION - Therefore, kids eat too much junk food, even though the California is a main stop for obesity. TRANSITION SENTENCE -All in all, junk food addiction could lead to severe health problems like heart disease, diabetes, or even death. COUNTER ARGUMENT – Body Paragraph 4 RESTATE COUNTER ARGUMENT STATEMENT - First of all, many people think junk food can be eaten whenever they want to eat. SPECIFIC COUNTER POSITION - The opposition will argue, “An across the board junk food bar does not teach young people to make healthy choice” (13). #1 REBUTTAL –However, if children is not careful with their habits or to make the wrong choice they would get obese.
Fast food companies should stop targeting kids for their benefits, as kids health is compromised due to the fast food kids eats. People have to be aware of the effects of fast food and people should stop eating fast food to stop the risk of bad health problems. People should eat homemade food to make sure they are not providing bad food to their bodies. People need to know the difference between good and bad food, and the effects of good and bad food which will help them pick healthy food. Schlosser demonstrates fast food as being the food that has negative impacts on people’s lives, and helps give knowledge to people to understand the health related problems due to fast food to help make healthy decision while pick food to provide healthy
Summary of how junk food can cause negative impact on college students while they choose saving money over than eating healthy from the article of “Ramen Noodles” (Mike). B. Ingredients in junk food can cause metabolic acidosis problems which can lead to heart diseases. 1. By speaking to health experts Krupa Mhatre, Glynda Alves declares that the one of the ingredient contains in junk food, MSG (for the purpose of longer expiration date) can also cause metabolic acidosis problems (Glynda).
Warning labels should be on soda cans because drinking sugar is worse then eating it in food, and drinking sugary drinks have very harmful effects which can lead to many problems. Warning labels should be on sugary drinks because the label would warn that consuming sugar in liquid form is very bad. Drinking sugar can lead to damaged organs and body parts. Russ Lloyd, author of Yes, explains,”Well, it can rot your teeth and turn your liver into a grotesque lump of scar tissue.” This is important because rotting your teeth makes it hard to eat with no teeth. Damaging your liver is important because without your liver, your body cannot filter the toxins in what you eat.
Not wearing a seatbelt should be illegal in all 50 states because it isn’t a good habit to attain, it can easily be prevented, and it puts safety at risk. Everyone has their everyday habits. It could be a morning routine, what is packed for lunch, biting fingernails, or picking at spilt ins. Good or bad, everyone has daily habits. Habits are formed by repeating an action over and over again until it becomes natural.
This is because dieting alters the body not knowing when to feel full leading to overeating as well as causing biological and physical damage. Our society has helped create a definition of dieting that is not only harmful to the body but also does not work. The proper definition of a diet would be the food and drink a person consumes daily and the mental and physical circumstances connected to eating. The public’s definition of a diet is to restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight. Those who engage in this sort of dieting begin with the wrong mentality.
Some examples would be Obesity, the lack of nutrients a child needs, and the influx of chemicals that come with the eating of fast food (Lombardo, ?8 Monumental Pros??). These are problems because America has been fighting against child obesity for years and having open campus lunches near all of these fast food chains and unhealthy food choices would combat the work of the movements against obesity. This is very important because the health of a child affects how the child behaves, learns, and communicates (Lombardo, ?Top 7 Pros and Cons?.?). Studies show that overweight students tend to have more problems with learning and paying attention (Miura). Many parents also fear that children would have the chance to skip school of get into drugs and alcohol while they are loose for their lunch break.
For Hindus eating a cow is prohibited, as it is thought of as God’s useful gift to mankind since it provides dairy products and is the basis for other products.. Italian Taboos Italian people do not store food that is the best thing about them. In hospitality of Italian they will feed you until you are beyond full. In Italy it is considered rude to accept the offer of food first time. Decline it politely, but when offered second time eats it to your appetite. Jamaican Taboos There are certain food taboos in Jamaican also, that are most of the time related to children.
There are multiple reasons why a ban on junk foods to any extent in public should not be implemented. Some of these reasons are that a ban could influence an opposite effect on the children, junk food is not the only food contributing to the obesity, and finally the only way to truly reach these children is through their homes. Obesity won’t change by looking at schools, keep the junk food as an option at all times to keep
Supersize Me, The Truth Revealed In the film “Supersize Me” the strategies they use to convince the viewer that McDonalds is unhealthy are misleading and distort the truth. During the documentary Morgan Spurlock stages a lot of the content used. One example of this is when he throws up from the first time he eats a supersized meal. Throughout the entire documentary he gets supersized meals nine times but yet he only throws up the first time he eats a supersized meal. If he got sick from eating one supersized meal it is extremely likely that he would get sick almost every time he ate a supersized meal.
Good morning. Today, I am going to talk about the documentary which is called Super-Size Me. In this documentary, it talks about the effects of fast food culture. To find out the effects of fast food, Morgan Spurlock ate McDonald 's meals three times a day for one month and reduced exercising. Gradually, he started to feel tired easily, and also suffered from a headache and nausea.
According to Gus Lubin the author of “13 Disturbing Facts about Mcdonald’s” 68 million people eat McDonald’s daily. However, what effect does this food have on your health? Morgan Spurlock pondered the same question and went on a strict one month diet of eating nothing but McDonald’s. In Supersize Me, Spurlock eats Mcdonald’s with the intention to show how it affects people 's health. As he is doing his month of experimental diet he shows how the food affects not only him, but also how the food affects all people.
Fast Food Some people think the reason people in America are obese is because of fast food restaurants. Fast food restaurants sell greasy and unhealthy food that can make a person have health problems. Who is really to blame here, the fast food restaurants or the people who buy the food? Why would the restaurants be to blame? People should be responsible enough to know what is good and bad to put in their own body.
“Fed Up” is an eye-opening movie that tells you about the sins of the food industry and that almost everything you know about food and exercise is wrong. First of all, there’s a mantra that is being repeated to obese and fat people that doesn’t actually work. The mantra is “Eat Less, Exercise More.” This phrase doesn’t always work for most people because not only do you need to exercise, you need to actually watch what you put into your body. If I used to eat like 14 bags of chips per day, and then cut it off to 5 bags of chips and a Coca Cola, I doubt that I’d actually lose weight or become healthier. One of the biggest sins done by the food industry is that big food corporations sometimes partner up with professional medical groups, so that those medical groups can withhold information that may critic a company’s product(s).