Fast Food Proposal

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Dining out with others is common in the United States. Americans spend more than $115 billion a year on fast food (Bellestri). Many people choose fast food restaurants because the convenience. Fast food has become an important part of the American diet, and increase fast-food use in the United States in likely to continue (Paeratakul et al. 1338). In order to maintain a more balanced diet, a person needs to know the nutrition fact of the meal. Another important fact is the issue of childhood obesity. Childhood obesity occurs in many countries, and the consumption of fast food has been associated with obesity (Fraser et al. 77). Exposure to advertising for calorie-dense nutrient-poor foods may increase overall consumption of unhealthy food categories (Andreyeva, Inas, Jennifer 221). There are several types of meals inside the fast food restaurants. Without any instruction, it is hard for a child to tell the difference between healthy meals and junk meals.
Problem Statement: The idea of this proposal is to examine how TV advertising and nutrition facts influence the elementary school children from the United States. Which way is better to introduce the healthy fast food to elementary school students, nutrition information sheet or TV advertisement? This inquiry will require some background knowledge of humanities studies, such as
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U.S. elementary school students will be able to identify the nutrition background of fast food meals. Participated fast food restaurants can improve their corporate image. Following the research methods, each fast food restaurant can design its new combos according to elementary school students’ preference. With appropriate discount and further advertisement, the fast food company can increase their annual profit. U.S. elementary school kids can adopt a more balanced diet in fast food restaurants when they dinning out with their families or

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