Although Will Haygood and Zinczenko both address the topic of dieting and obesity with well thought out arguments. I find Haygood’s most persuasive because of the people he wrote about life story and what can happen if you don’t pay attention to the right foods to eat and exercise.
Kentucky Town of Manchester Illustrates National Obesity Crisis and Don’t Blame the Eater
Will Haygood helps us readers to understand by talking about and giving examples other people’s life. The people of Manchester take knowing each other for granted. A very large 20 year old woman named Britney Robinson and her older sister Carlin are two small town girls, with the pride of their dad. Their father, Scott Robinson is also a very large man age 47. People of this town seem to love to celebrate the kindness of community closeness. The outdoor bake sales, cook outs, and volunteering. It’s what goes uncelebrated, and even ignored, but in Manchester that has become the defining feature. An increasingly unhealthy country, it’s one of the most unhealthy counties of all. The obesity rate for adults is 24 present in Manchester. The number of overweight children is rising, and there are not enough places to buy healthy foods in small towns because many of the places the lack recreational venues. The only places to eat around there off the intersection leading into town are McDonalds, Wendy’s, Arby’s, subway, Burger King, Long John Silver’s, and a Pizza Hut. There is no YMCA or a YWCA there, no parks, nor any recreational centers, and there are no fancy dues-paying gyms with energy drinks with literature about healthy eating habits. Mayor Carmen Lewis claims that she just doesn’t know a lot about obesity, she said, “Until you realize it, your blinded. Then you get to an age where you suddenly say, ‘Oh, my God! What have I done to myself?’ ”. Scott Robinson was born and raised in Manchester where he had a job as a coal miner that gave...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document