Food Inc

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Food is one of the fundamental elements for human being and we have our own choices of selecting either a healthy diet or harmful foods; it all depends on our decision. Everyone should think twice before deciding to eat fast food. There are many health risks when it comes to eating food that’s made within a matter of seconds. In the book "Fast Food Nation" by Eric Schlosser, chapter three highlights the cooking process of Taco Bell. "Just add hot water," an employee said. The food is not properly taken care of, which leads all the way back to where the food is originally produced. Even though its affordable food, the health risks outweigh the five minutes of satisfaction that fast food brings. One should carefully think before they eat fast food. The health risks that come from eating so much fast food are life-threatening. Obesity can come from eating fast food that’s bought often. Fast food is made from a lot of high saturated fats and calories if it isn’t work off, then you can grow to become obese. Obesity isn’t the only risk. The cost to our health and environment are hidden when purchasing many of the foods that come from factory farmed animals.What most people don't realize are the conditions the animals are living in before they’re killed. Cows are being hung upside, pigs and chickens are cramped in enclosed spaces. Inside the facility, the animals are beaten once more to be herded into place. In the film "Food Inc" by a man is seen in a some sort of vehicle pushing a cow, which is upside down, being forced into a gated area. What can come from those living conditions? Different bacteria enters our food. There is no safe risk for your body when it comes to eating fast food. E. Coli has been found in eggs, chicken, vegetables, and hamburgers. Fast food is one of the easiest and cheapest ways of eating. It saves a lot of time and money, especially for people who are coming home from work. It’s obvious that there is no quicker or better way to satisfy...
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