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 …show more content…
a.Sub-supporting point 1: People nowadays often bring their works home, or work overtime and because of that people are often too busy to prepare their meals and cooking a meal takes a lot of times, it would be the last thing one could think of after a busy day. i.Sub-sub-supporting point: Fast food plays an important role, as you could just order it and choose what time for your meals to be delivered, you can have it anytime you want without wasting time to queue up or energy to prepare. B.Transition paragraph 1.Summary / conclusion: Popularity of fast food are increasing because it is convenient to get and affordable by most of the people. 2.Transitional sentence: Although fast food bring a lot of convenience to our daily life, but in the long run it may bring negative effect on our health. C. Topic sentence 2: Consuming fast food on a daily basis may cause obesity. 1.Supporting point 1: Obesity should be seen as a very serious health problem. According to international health experts, obesity contributed 2.8 million death per year worldwide. Fast food isn’t the only reason of people are getting obese, but it contributes to …show more content…
Besides that, it is also rich in sodium from common salt and other additives. i.Sub-sub-supporting point: Based on the study of Dr. Vinyard and Dr. Bowman, by comparing the adults who took fast food often and those who do not, the study showed positive relationship with overweight status. 2.Supporting point 2: Obesity may not bring immediate death but it may cause heart attack, asthma, diabetes and a lot more. a.Sub-supporting point 1: A lot of diseases can be cause by being obese, although some of the diseases meantion above doesn’t bring immediate death but it would cause a lot of trouble to our daily life. III.Conclusion A.Restatement of the thesis statement: Although fast food is convenient, affordable and have a good taste, we should avoid having fast food too often for our own health. B.Suggestion/recommendation: To totally avoid fast food is hard, but we should reduce our consumption of it, maybe twice a month. Other than fast food restaurant, maybe other restaurant should also start making delivery to cope with people’s lifestyle
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The book, Fast Food Nation, by Eric Schlosser, is about “The Dark Side of the All-American Meal”. Fast food in America is not as good as it seems. Most customers don’t know that by eating this food, they are putting their health at a serious risk. You only see the good side of things, but never the bad. Fast food chains are now in control.
Most of the devices used are intended to highlight the negativity and brutality imposed on both the consumers and workers involved in fast food industries. Schlosser begins the book by building up his credibility through his knowledge of several fast food chain’s humble beginnings in pursuit of the American dream. Schlosser then eases his way into the conniving manner in which fast food industries have infiltrated almost every American household and deceive their consumers. The use of rhetorical devices such as ethos, pathos, logos, repetition and parallel structures in Eric Schlosser’s book Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal fulfill his intentions of relaying the demonizing message that fast food chains are unhealthy, stimulate unfit working conditions, and monopolize on the vulnerability of America’s young people and fast-paced
When obesity comes into a conversation, most people bring the attention toward fast food. Americans target fast food as the main reason why obesity has become so out of control. The high amounts of fat, cholesterol, sugars, and salts in fast food raises the amount of calories contained. When people consume fast food, most don’t think about the amount of calories that they’re about to put in their system. In most meals at fast food restaurants the max amount of calories is enough to cover for the amount of calories people should consume in one day.
The increase in fat can cause an increase in Cholesterol which is a direct cause of Heart Diseases and also can increase a persons chance of having a stroke. Working families or single parent families are pressed for time and the over saturation of fast food restaurants in town make this convenient for quick meals. “Mothers who work more may be more reliant on processed foods, foods prepared away from home and school meal programs for their children's
Attention: Have anyone of you ever had a situation where you were very hungry and you see someone eating and you get the craving to eat that food? B. Credibility Statement: My dad works at a grocery store, and he tells me that the store buys a lot of same food and their prices are so expensive and some people cannot afford to buy the item. if the item is not sold before the expensive date, then my dad and his co-workers have to throw the item in the trash so basically we wasted the food. Based on this I researches on this topic. C. Thematic Statement: I will inform the class about the different culture foods we have all around the Houston are and how much food we waste per day.
Obesity has gained a lot of attention in the recent years especially in the 21st century. Right now in America, there is an ongoing epidemic. The cause is not by viruses or bacteria, but by human nature. There is no one way to solve this serious problem. With growing body sizes and serious medical problems associated with obesity, it is a problem that needs to be addressed and changed.
Junk food is responsible for the growing rate of obesity. This is outlined by David freedman in his article of “How junk food can end obesity.” David Freedman has credited the “health-food” motion, and followers of it along with Michel Pollan. Freedman claims that if the America desires to stop the obesity epidemic, or at least reduce its effects, they must shift to the fast meals and processed meals enterprise for assist, now not the “health-food” movement.
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 according to studies but it also 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 right in front of your door step or by ordering through their websites without leaving your work desk.
The author gives several “short-term and long-term consequences” that can happen from eating a lot of fast food which are gaining more weight than those who don’t eat out as often, not meeting nutrient needs, and consuming more calories than
“Fast food restaurants have us hooked on to their tasty food. You See a lot of people buying fast food because how good it tastes. Well let me tell you it is not good for your health. Why do fast food places lower their prices because they know people will buy it if it doesn’t cost that much and most people buy it cause that`s how much they can afford”. Fast food places is a way to not cook every week I feel bad for people when I go to McDonald’s and ask them, do you know what you’re eating in they say
Fast food companies have demolished competition throughout the last 30 years in the restaurant industry. The practices used to eliminate competition such as using unhealthy food to make a profit have been reported unethical by Americans, but it tends to be desired by the American society. According to the American Franchise Corporation, certified by TrustArc, fast food companies generate $570 billion annually in the United States ("Fast Food Industry Analysis"). These statistics continue to rise as more and more fast food companies become ubiquitous. As a result, fast food companies get richer, while people contract life-altering health effects.
As a hole there should be more restaurants that promote healthy food choices. Obesity in the United States is out of proportion and something need to be don , not necessarily at the point of government intersection but this needs to be fix some way somehow. ”public health experts say that an unhealthy diet and the lack of exercise are still the two biggest culprits. ”-Felix gusson.
McDonald, Burger King and Subway are the most popular fast food company. C. Thesis statement: Popularity of the fast food are getting an increase due to easy and quick service, inexpensive meanwhile there are also consist of negative effects if the fast food is becoming more common in society. Body A. Topic sentence: The reasons for fast foods becomes more popular is due to easy and quick services 1. Supporting point: Firstly, the customers able to get their food as soon as they order. a. Sub-supporting point: Today, people are very busy with their working lifestyle as they tend to find fast foods as a good choice because they don 't have enough time to find a healthy food.
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.
According to Centres of Disease Control and Prevention more than one-third (34.9% or 76.6 million) of U.S adults are obese. In this fast moving world, may it be people from the corporate world or even students no one really have the time to wait to get their food done. So the only way is that they buy themselves fast food. However, awareness is being created these days about the effects of fast food people are also starting to blame fast food for increasing rate of obesity.