Refined sugar, and those in simple carbohydrates (like white flour bread), reason for most of the weight gain people experience after reaching maturity and before reaching maturity. Especially since level of physical activity has decreased in the U.S, and the level of sugar consumption has increased. Many people if not stopped from the high levels of sugar may not only experience obesity but they can experience worse obesity-related health issues like non alcoholic fatty liver disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, gallbladder and liver diseases, osteoarthritis, gynecological problems such as infertility, respiratory problems, sleep apnea and colon, breast and endometrial cancers, bad cholesterol and depression which leads to so many more health
Obesity is regarded as a health problem since it is associated with numerous co-morbidities, including type-2 diabetes, stroke, heart disease and some cancers (Department of Health, 2004). In recent years, statistics have suggested the existence of a global obesity ‘epidemic’ (WHO, 2000), posing a significant challenge to healthcare systems and governments over how to ‘cure’ and ‘manage’ the condition. Consequently, the trend toward increasing prevalence of obesity in older adults will lead to an increase in unhealthy life years and health-care costs (De Caria et al., 2012). This concept of the pathogenesis of obesity as a disease allows an easy division of disadvantage of obesity into those produced by the mass of fat and those produced by the metabolic effects of fat cells. In the former category are the social disabilities resulting from the stigma associated with obesity, sleep apnea that results in part from increased parapharyngeal fat deposits, and osteoarthritis resulting from the wear and tear on joints from carrying an increased mass of fat.
Hypertension in such patients is volume dependent, and high weight gains are also associated with the development of pulmonary oedema in susceptible individuals. Fluid retention increases progressively with deteriorating renal function and thus contributes to the development of heart failure and hypertension. The third unique feature is the nature of vascular disease in this population, which has led to scepticism about the adoption of treatments and treatment strategies proven in the general population. The
Studies today indicate that people are experiencing higher bouts of depression than in the 18th and 19th century when work and life was considered more difficult. (factual example - McAuliffe 43) 2. The article reports that 12.6% of Americans suffer from anxiety and another 9.5% suffer from serious depression. (statistic - McAuliffe 42) C. Our eating habits, combined with our lack of exercise is purported to be the "second leading non-genetic contributor to death in the U.S." (factual example - Camenzind) 1. Nutritionist Phyllis Hall stated that we tend to eat foods that are high in fat, which produce high levels of cholesterol in our blood, which in turns leads to plaque in our arteries.
However, Dutch Lady was increasingly facing fierce competition as many food producing rivals had achieved significant improvements in their operating efficiency. Rivalry is fierce in the food processing industry, and this is a good thing for consumers. As long as these companies continue striving to one up one another, consumers will continue to enjoy ever-improving product lines. Nowadays, people more have health conscious when they buying products may choice to buy the products which consists more nutrition. In food and beverage industry, there are many company has provide product that satisfied the requirements of the different customers.
On the other hand, the highly processed food showed at least a 4.25% of increase rate on BMl of individuals; there fore, showed the effect of highly processed foods is strongest than the other. Overall, the author has described the issues of having high prevalence of overweight/obesity within Guatemala are partially and highly processed foods that consuming in household. However, at the end the author suggested that supermarkets should be motivated to play an active role within the society since they are the major sources of processed foods, which could be an important way to reduce the issue of unhealthy foods being consuming by increasing the healthy food items choice within the
Nevertheless Anods Cocoa is a local manufacturer that use premium ingredients used by international brands and is capable of competing with these international companies. Thus, Anods Cocoa has already convinced local hotels to buy their products. Yet there is a largely untapped market still existing within Sri Lanka, mostly within the supermarket industry, which relies on traders to get ice cream fillings etc. Unlike traders, Anods Cocoa is capable of providing these fillings at a 30% less cost. In the future, Anods Cocoa plans to launch several other products to the market that would offer premium, healthy options to the consumer.
They could be sugars, fats or even worse, sweet fatty foods for instance chocolates. In the long term, the food cravings may turn out to be addictions to foods. It has been proven that cravings increase further when people are on diets. Therefore, when a person eats, they are likely to eat highly calorific diets, thereby undoing the benefits of their dietary regime. It should be noted that
Environmental: These variables include every one of those that impact or are controlled by the encompassing environment. This part of the PESTLE is pivotal for specific businesses especially. Factors of the environmental analysis include climate, environmental offsets etc. Example: farming, agriculture etc Samsung has to be conscious of the need to make its products to satisfy the ethical elegant consumer. e) Explain the meaning and importance of stakeholder analysis in relation to Samsung.
All the aspects are crucial for any industry and an understanding of these factors will form the backbone of a good strategy. It is also important to point out that the answers for these factors may affect different industries in different ways There are various approaches that can be used to sort out information for environmental scanning. Systematic Approach: This approach involves systematic collection of data from the market and continuous updating of this data is essential for strategic management and also the operational activities. Ad hoc Approach: This approach is done as when data is needed for a specific purpose the particular environment is scanned. This could be done for a specific project or evaluate the existing strategy or to devise a new