Overall the effects that the fast food had on him where mind blowing. It is clear that fast food vs. normal food is ten times worse for the human body and is a major problem in society. In conclusion, the film “Super-Size Me” has a lot of important information about health and the food that we consume. After seeing this film it made me realize how eating healthy is very important and how it could have negative effects on your body if you do eat fast food. The film wants to show the audience how fast food has a negative effect on the human body when I saw the statistics that Morgan Spurlock consumed on McDonalds it surprised me.
That action leads to a clear and present danger in our communities. Now don’t get me a wrong, a good juicy cheeseburger is good every once in a while. Through the opening of these fast food restaurants, kids, adults, and students alike will be more tempted than ever to spend the money on a quick and easy meal. I can’t count the number of times my parents have gotten take out simply because they didn’t want to cook. Secondly, the prices of fresh food are at an all-time high.
They are both to blame. The parents keep blaming the companies and the companies keep blaming the parents. They should both just take responsability that they both are to blame for the obesity of the children. Parents are sometimes too busy to be able to make their children a homemade meal. There are so many fast food restaurants in every town or city, they’re everywhere and the food is prepared and quick so the kids want that because it taste good and the parents buy it because they have no time to make them a meal at home.
Moreover, out of all the problems in the community obesity is the main contributing factor. One of the most common reasons for obesity is a bad balance of calorie intake and calorie expenditure. Although, a high quality food in school is a great initial step to exterminating obesity; Along with, a better equipped physical education class can reduce obesity by an abundant amount. Furthermore, the main factor that will decrypt why obese people feel discriminated or socially isolated is symbolic interactionism. Altogether, obesity is a major health and social problem, which in most cases is initiated in
Food answers all problems. As the obsession with food increases, the obesity crisis in America also grows immensely. The obesity epidemic in America stems from three sources: the food industry, the government, and the American culture. The food industry’s lies and greed prevent Americans from knowing what food possesses as ingredients and why one feels the need to continue eating it. While the government and the FDA fail
Everyday a young child is starving because his or her parents cannot afford to feed him/her. In the Feed the Children commercials, they stare disconsolate showing how uncomfortable and unhappy they are. Knowing how some people starve and are not as fortunate still does not have a big affect on some people. People often spend on extra things that they do not even need. This excess spending on food is putting their health at risk causing obesity.
So that their minds will be convinced to take junk foods and fizzy drinks. As a result most of the people are using fizzy or sugary drinks instead of water, coffee and tea. These things contain a very high amount of fat and will lead to obesity. More than the 50% of the people suffering from obesity are diabetic
You will lose time and friends because of spending time at the treatment centre to recover from your mistake. Another eating disorder some people experience in their lives is binge eating disorder. It is a disorder when you eat many large portions of food uncontrollably while feeling shame and guilt in yourself. People with this disorder lose a sense of control when they binge eat. Unlike bulimia nervosa, people who have this disorder do not purge, diet or fast.
To conclude, this journal stated that various foods in schools cafeterias are not always attractive, just as the ones on convenience stores, making students disinterested to eat such foods. The last perspective is from James Lopez who wrote an article based on the influence of media on our food choices. According to Lopez, the media is a medium in which captives our attention bombarding us with several images and advertisements and also providing the society an essential source of information. Also, these messages we see and heard influence basically all of our choices, including food choice. This article says that advertisements are the main source for media and food manufactures that sell their products throughout these commercials.
There is an epidemic of "low carb stupidity" running rampant among millions of people throughout the world today and fast food restaurants, food product manufacturers, supplement companies, and weight loss programs are capitalizing on it in a big way! The low carb diet is not inherently "stupid," however; it can be quite beneficial within certain parameters and under the right circumstances. The problem is that many practitioners are uninformed, misinformed, or simply lack the common sense and intuitive bodily wisdom to utilize the low carb approach intelligently. Many low-carbers don 't even know why they are on a low carb diet, they 're just following the followers (Not intelligent!) Doing what everyone else is doing is always one of the surest,
Another reason people fail to stick to this diet results from not seeing any visible improvements in their body or general health. These individuals who get quickly discouraged or are not fully committed to the diet may choose to give up this journey. Finally, failure may stem from an economic factor due to the high cost to maintain the Paleo diet. Natural foods are not cheap these days, so people may attempt to cut corners and spend less on food by opting to spend their money on items that do not adhere to the paleo