Today, I am here to encourage each of you to engage in an effort to eat healthily. 8. Because unhealthy eating pose health risks, we must change the way we eat or there will consequences coming our way. (Transition: Now, shall we look into the dangers of unhealthy eating to our body?) Body Unhealthy eating is responsible for a plethora of health problems that plague today’s society.
Junk food will damage our red blood cells. According a piece of news that came from Sunday Times，“The findings show that people whose diets favoured low levels of the antioxidants associated with fresh food were more likely to produce damaged red blood cells.”Fresh food is abundant with antioxidants .However, eating too much junk food will damage your red blood cells ,you will easy to suffer from cancer. Meanwhile, reducing to eat junk food may help you built a balanced diet, to intake all kinds of nutrition
Research has proven that causes of obesity in Malaysia causes of intake junk food and be a number 1 of country that face obesity problem. One of problem with junk food is there are low in satiation value. There are some evidence about how excessive junk food
According to The world health organization WHO 13% of the adult population are obese and people should take this seriously. Shockingly, 42 million children under the age of 5 were overweight or obese in the last two years . The extreme amount of oil in the junk food turns into fat and it pile up in you body. Junk food can also make you feel lazy and sleepy which eventually causes obesity. On the same hand, people who are suffering from obesity also suffer from depression.
As you know fast food has large amounts of fat then one can gain weight and become obese leading to further health problems like heart disease, arthritis and diabetes. The high levels of trans-fatty acids found in many junk foods and fast foods can lead to fatty liver deposits, which, over time, can cause liver dysfunction and
The consumption of fast food disadvantages overweighs its advantages. Worst Effects of Fast Food Obesity Obesity means having too much body fat. Fast food is high in calories and sugar that contribute to increased weight gain. Heart
CLIMATE CHANGE HAS A GREATER ADVERSE AFFECT ON HUMAN HEALTH THAN UNHEALTHY FOOD CONSUMPTION. CENTRE NAME: DECCAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL CENTRE NUMBER: IN725 CANDIDATE NAME: PANKHURI TAYAL CANDIDATE NUMBER: 9IGH018 What is meant by unhealthy/junk food? Medically, unhealthy food is defined as food that isn’t regarded as conducive to maintaining health, but generally, junk food is a pejorative term for food containing high levels of calories from sugar or fat. Today, everyone, including myself, has been trapped with webs of unhealthy food such as pizza, burger, French fries....... and the list continues. Many people find it very hard to stop this habit of consuming junk food every now and then.
People that eat too much fast food are becoming fat, and addicted on this unhealthy food that causes obesity and a lot of health risks. Fast food is harmful to a human's body on so many levels, thus causing chronic diseases. Junk food is not good for us and we know it, but it is
PART 1 Introduction Food Standard Agency deals with the food safety management by providing various information related to food. Recently, it is planning to write an article titled “Eat & Stay safe”, which highlights the information about the illness caused by food borne, preventive methods and the agent to spoil the food. Main Body 1.1 Confer the measures need to reduce the contamination of food namely physical and chemical. Generally, food borne illness are also referred to as food poisoning caused from the consumption of food which is contaminated There are different ways for the contamination of food such as physical, chemical, biological et cetera. Physical Contamination of food Physical contamination is caused by the different
Nowadays, the increasing rate of overweight society is a worldwide health issue has led to high cholesterol, and diseases such as heart problem, cancer and diabetes. Based from statistical report, the National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) 2011 show that 15 percent of Malaysians aged 18 and above are obese which is the higher than in most other Asian countries (as cited in Health & Beauty, 2013). Equally important, The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 2009-2010 stated that in U.S adults age 20 and older, more than two-thirds (68.8 percent) of adults are considered to be overweight or obese (as cited in Overweight and Obesity Statistics, 2012).In response to this, governments around the world are actively