Food Craving

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Background of Study

Introduction
“A way to the man’s heart is through their stomach”. No one can resist a good food. Through the years that had passed and as our life goes on, we all know that food is one of the basic needs of human kind. Many different foods, cuisine that comes out but we Filipinos are mostly hooked up in a fast food chains. Are you ever bothered in eating in a fast food? Do you want to know why we Filipinos are hooked in a fast food chains? Then great! We all have answers for your curious mind. This study is conducted to inform the beneficiary and can be used for future reference for others things such as educational paraphernalia and the likes.

Statement of the problem
Major Problem
The reason why Filipinos crave for fast foods.
Even if we have difficulty when it comes to financial needs, why do we still want to spend our money eating in a fast food chain? A statement that most of Filipinos said, “Then you don’t wanna miss a delicious chicken joy from Jollibee”. This problem relates to all of us in our social life and also the status of business economy in our nation. The scope and the depth of the problem is measured by our respondents.

Specific Problem
Why do Filipinos crave for fast food? In what specific reason.? What specifically is a typical Filipino taste?

Significance of the Study

To the youth. They’ll know that not all fast foods are healthy. Because fast food is high in sodium, saturated fats, trans fat, and cholesterol. Fast food also lacks many of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals our bodies need. Kids ages 7 to 12 should eat about 2,200 calories per day. But with a single fast food meal, comprise almost a full day’s calories.

To the elderly. They’ll know that eating fast food for too much over a long period of time can lead to health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. Adults should consume around 2,000 calories per day. They must know that with fast food, moderation is important. And also some fast foods cost expensive yet not healthy and delicious, then it’s just a waste of money.

Methods and sources of data

This term paper was conducted at the library the researchers make use of books, magazines and internet for the information needed and for the answers to the researcher’s major and specific problem the researchers also conducted a survey and distributed a survey form. What became our sources? The researchers use the books from the library to be their primarily source as well as the internet. These things help the researchers to conduct the study.

Scope and Delimitation of the Study

In this study, we have gathered some statistics about youth and elderly ages 16-55, who had an experience eating fast food. This study is focus on why Filipinos crave for fast food.
This study also shows the advantages and disadvantages of fast food.

The researchers did not, however, focus on those who are in age of 1-15. This study didn’t focus on how much is the rate of fast food.

Conceptual framework

Types of Location
Sanitation
Primary cause or factors of craving

Reasons why Filipino crave for fast foods
Fast food
Craving

History
Definition
Types
Definition

Primary cause or factors of craving

Sanitation
Types of
Location

Definition of Terms

Ascendant.Dominant, superior, or influential.
Cognitive. Having a basis in or reducible to empirical factual knowledge. Contractive.Tending to contract; having the property or power or power of contracting. Covet.  To wish for longingly.
Detoxify. To counteract or destroy the toxic properties of.
Disperse. To cause to vanish or disappear.
Dispute.To question the truth or validity of.
Eloquent.Characterized by persuasive, powerful discourse.
Endorphins.Any of a group of peptide hormones that bind to opiate receptors and are found mainly in the brain. Endorphins reduce the sensation of pain and affect emotions. Excruciate. To inflict severe pain on....
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