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My Personal Reaction
On the Documentary –The weight of the Nation Part 2
Watching this documentary opened my eyes, making me aware of the multiple cases of obesity in the United States of America. Currently there are many cases throughout the world and it is increasing as I write. Obesity is a disease for which multiple factors contribute to both activate and cure .One can become obese by the following factors or a combination of them. Overeating and lack of exercise, passed on through genes, medical conditions and/or intake of medicines, depression, stress, anxiety and other emotional concerns. It is important to maintain a healthy diet and consume the various food groups in correct proportions. Each food group has a vital role to perform in the daily operation of your body and when taken in recommended proportions it creates you into a healthy all round person ready to take on the world. However if not taken as recommended one will run into difficulties. Fast food lovers often eat at Marios, Kfc, McDonalds just to name a few. Eating at fast food outlets is not bad at all, it becomes bad when an individual adds it to their everyday routine. In the documentary a victim was on a school based programme and she was advised to monitor her calorie intake, after which she began to lose weight. Watching what you eat and taking nutrients in correct proportions is the key to maintain a healthy intake. Diet and Exercise and/or Physical activity goes hand in hand. Obesity can be cured by both but it starts with the individual/s wanting to make that change first. It is recommended that an individual should exercise for forty five minutes each day. By watching this video I can clearly see that the victims did not practice having balanced diets in correct proportions and exercise for forty five minutes. Beside exercising to burn calories it also promotes overall improvement, it enables your brain to work well helping you to think...
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