Why Is Junk Food Better Than Fast Food

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By consuming fast food, more than 150,000 citizens of United Kingdom pass away per year (Barton et al, 2011) because fast food is rich in such unhealthy ingredients as fat and sugar which lead people to be overweight and have cloistral diseases as heart attack more chronically. Therefore, all individuals try to seriously consider what type of food they are consuming. Hence, those people prefer to have more organic food than fast food. It is irrefutable that fast food is made fast and much more affordable than healthy food which is time-consuming to be made and costly. That is why, people who have low incomes or households which consist of children cannot always afford traditional food. However, unlike fast food, healthy food definitely…show more content…
Consequently, it is strongly recommended that humans should pay attention on their daily food consumption and all around the world all governments are giving best attempts to persuade their population to consume fresh and naturally cooked, in another word, healthy food. Even though junk meal is delicious and much more affordable than organic food, all types of measures are being taken by World Health Organization to make people eat more healthy food so as to guarantee people’s health (Janell, 2007). Nevertheless, low income population and household which comprise with children cannot afford healthy food. Yet, contrasting fast food, organic food definitely contains group of vitamins, minerals and protein which support people’s life and provide them with energy and longevity. Although, fast food helps people to save time and money, it may lead to some serious illnesses such as obesity, heart disease because of its low quality ingredients and it is dangerous for peoples’ healthy. If humankinds continue having fast and junk food illness related diabetes will increase to 10% in 25 years. In my point of view, government should ban selling…show more content…
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