EVIDENCE - The text reveals, “Obesity has a serious impact on health. It could lead to diabetes, heart disease, and other life - threatening illnesses” (10). EXPLANATION - As the evidence suggest, eating to much junk food can be a major problem to the schools and students. EVIDENCE -
Many people in the world suffer from lifelong health and weight problems due to heavy consumption of sugary drinks, one of the main causes for this epidemic. If changes are not made many people will die! Is it not clear how dangerous this situation is? Our government should concern themselves
So, Wal-Mart is good for most Americans by providing drop an average of 10 to 15 percent in markets than other retailer provender. For example, more than 30 percent the disposable diapers purchased in this country is sold in Wal-Mart stores. 30% hair care, 20% toothpaste, and 20% pet food purchase at Wal-Mart stores by American customers.
Although the warning label will hurt the beverage industry, it could save many lives and people should work to make the label widespread. Obesity, as well as other health issues, is a widespread problem throughout America. Beverage Industries are paying researchers to change scientific conclusions about any potential health problems that could occur from drinking beverages with sugar regularly. The majority of the population is aware that sweetened beverages have negative health effects.
It may contain more sugar and fat, but it contains the “nutrients of concern.” The nutrients of concern include most of the Vitamins, Calcium, Potassium, and Iron. Normal milk contains 12 grams of sugar while chocolate milk contains 20 grams of sugar. Now there is chocolate milk with fewer amounts of sugar, fat, and calories. “One serving of milk is equal to two ounces of cheese, one medium egg, one cup of fortified orange juice, and half a cantaloup over the course of the week.” says Buzzfeed.com.
3.1 How income inequality affect on people live in America. The income gap in America affects people, who live in this country. The issue has a strong impact in America’s society; in particular, the nutritional disparity between rich and poor people. In USA, the food gap becomes the top signal for the class distinction, but it used to be clothing or fashion. The food inequality in America is not only influencing the poverty, it is also cost hundreds of billions of dollar per year because of Non Communicable Diseases (NDCs) (Ferdman, 2014).
But you may say that there shouldn 't be labels on sweet drinks because people shoul be able to make there own decisions. ' ' But you also must understand that there is 30 to 49 grams of sugar in one 12 ounce soda ' ' I found this evidence on everyday health.com . But I can understand that others may thinks that putting warning lables on sugary drinks wont help.
In recent years, the increasing rate of childhood obesity has more than tripled in the United States. In discussions of childhood obesity, one controversial issue has been who is to blame for the increasing rise of obesity in our children. On the one hand, health experts’ argue that parents need to take responsibility. While on the other hand, parents’ believe that the food industries and advertisers are the cause. Others still maintain that it is a combination of both.
Unfortunately, at one point in life innocent and vulnerable children have been or will become victims. Even though hunger and starvation have been thought as an issue related to the less developed nations, United States of America, which is one of the richest nations in the world, faces food in security in some households: Children are the victims as well. Therefore, hunger in America is a reality. The Inevitable consequences of hunger include inability to function mentally, poor health, exposure to diseases, starvation, and death. These outcomes present impediment on academic advancement for the victims.
1. According to research from the University of Adelaide, it shows that mothers who eat junk food while their pregnancies will program their babies to be addicted to an unhealthy diet (Women). 2. Dr Muhlhausler form University of Adelaide shares that the “good” feeling produced by eating junk food is also one of the factor that cause addiction, and it can lead you to obesity later on.
Dr. Lustig’s main focus throughout the presentation was the effects of fructose on the epidemic of obesity. He explains how we as a society place so much stress on fat intake and calories in versus calories out that we tend to neglect what is actually in our food. With much research, it has been determined that fructose does, in turn have an effect on the obesity epidemic. Throughout the lecture, many examples from this research show our biochemical response to our modern diets and are used to explain Dr. Lustig’s point of fructose poisoning.
Although high fructose corn syrup may be a contributor to obesity, it is not the main cause. H.F.C.S. may not be the culprit, overeating is one of the most crucial factors of obesity. Most Americans eat portions that are beyond healthy. Studies show that over the last twenty years, food portions in American’s restaurants have doubled or even tripled. This distorted the amount of food people think is healthy for them at home and when eating out.
The rise in obesity and its comorbidities among young is multifactorial in cause, including increased access to foods high in fats, added sugars and calories, larger portion sizes and a sedentary lifestyle. The diversity of these contributors to childhood obesity has made it difficult to design simple, achievable, public health solutions (Australian Health survey, 2011). Studies have been conducted to identify strategies to combat obesity among youth; yet much remains to be understood. But, the mechanisms responsible for the growing occurrence of childhood overweight or obesity are not entirely implicit, unhealthy dietary behaviours have a vital role (WHO,
a massive financial burden to fulfill. While much of the expenses are covered by government policy, this still leaves many Hispanics in low income more dangerous neighborhoods. Unsafe neighborhoods and parks result in a lack of safe places for children to get the necessary physical activity they need. An insufficient amount of physical activity is one of the leading causes of obesity in children. As mentioned earlier, schools are majorly affected by the obesity rates in children.
So what exactly is the problem? Well, the USDA food desert locator (3) shows that ten percent of America is classified as a food desert. Households all across the country don’t have access to fresh and healthy food causing them to resort to unhealthy cheaper food like fast food or food someone could get from a convenience store. Food deserts can impact the health of our nation. Especially when it comes to obesity, because studies have shown that having greater number of convenience stores are linked to having higher obesity.