There are so many driving factors that have developed this problem and as we discussed in class may possible ideas to possible attack the root of the problem. One of the causes for obesity is the overabundance of fast food and processes food. The idea of people cooking a healthy home cooked meal seems to be lost. I hear so many people say they are unable to cook because no one ever taught them. In my opinion it’s an excuse” I can’t be bothered to learn when stopping at McDonalds is easier.” It seems that those who do cook at home are not really cooking.
It is because they don’t have more option than go and eat fast-food after they get out school or college, due the lack of food in their house. In other words, their parents can’t cook for them while they are studying. However, David Zinczenko is trying to involve his audience by the pattern of cause and effect in his essay. First, the author started talking about his early life. He says that he didn’t have more option than go and
The government may have cut down on the obesity mass around the world, but some people go home hungry because they only get provided the school lunches. But, some people are starving because the low cut down. Some people would rather be fat than to be starved to death. People need their food to fulfill their daily body needs such as calorie count above 1,500. Also, a good source is a protein to keep their body running.
Today 's society has various standpoints when looking at this very contentious topic in the US: Minimum wage. To illustrate, imagine coming home every day to your family and not being able to you or your family to have dinner as you didn’t make enough money during work. Imagine having to share a small cramped apartment with a family of 4 to save a few pennies for necessities such as food, water, and medical care. Indeed, these are the conditions these families living on minimum wage are experiencing. You may ask, who doesn’t want the minimum wage to increase; the more, the better right?
A world without fast food such as Mcdonald's, Wendy’s, Jack in the box etc would have a healthier environment. It is known that fast food is incredibly dangerous and can cause health problems, in spite of how unhealthy the food is people still tend to consume it. The film Supersize Me is a documentary in which it emphasizes the message of the risks eating fast food has, in this case it’d be Mcdonalds, it expresses the harm that could be done physically and mentally to a person. Every fast food company spends millions of dollars advertising their product, and though they know the product isn’t exactly the healthiest snack they fool people into thinking otherwise. Morgan Spurlock attempts to demonstrate the importance of eating healthy and limiting the amount of junk food consumed, he makes his claim plausible by using several different ways to attract the audience’s attention.
Chapter 21 was interesting as I know there are unhealthy food choices and food workers are paid poorly this seems like the norm. I have not put much thought into the “big picture” I only ever concerned myself with my family and myself. The article The Rich Get Richer, the Poor Go Hungry by Sharon Astyk and Aaron Newton made a strong argument that only stands to make sense in or society. Everyone does something for money. Money is what our country thrives on.
Eating healthy meals at home can cut your food budget drastically. When you consider that a healthy and satisfying meal can be prepared for less than $30 for 4, it is difficult to imagine that a run through a drive thru for the same cost is the best option ("Eating at Home Vs. Eating Out. 4 Compelling Reasons To Cook Your Own Meals. ", 2017).
After watching the documentary "A Place at the Table" I have a lot of new views about the food insecurity and how kids are struggling with the hunger.Food insecurity plays a huge role in the development and treatment of pediatric overweight.Children who are at lower socioeconomic status, their parent(s) receives food stamps or have financial issues will choose processed and fast food to feed their family because they are cheaper than buying healthy foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables. Another factor that contributes to obesity in children is that parents may lack the education on how to provide a healthy diet on low income and nutritional education and needed to feed their children a healthy diet. A family that lives in food deserts might
Today life is on the fast track. People are always on the go and don’t have time to properly take care of themselves or their families. For most Americans, fast food and junk food are ready to grab for a snack or a quick dinner. They don’t slow down to think about how the foods they are eating effect their long term health. Fewer and fewer families take the time to prepare a nutritious meal and are passing down bad habits to their children.