Sauda Shamin

Topics: Nutrition, Food, Eating Pages: 2 (544 words) Published: May 30, 2013
Media- The media influences people’s decisions on what product to buy. They’re various ways that the media influences you to buy their products such as advertising in radios, magazines, televisions, street advertisements, etc. The advertisement in the media lours us into buying their product by using a catchy slogan, eye-catching pictures/ logos. Examples of the media are Tim Hortons, Mc Donalds, and Subway.

Religion- In many religions they are restrictions that affects what they eat and what is in their daily diet. People who choose to eat religiously do so because they want to practice their religion, or they grew up eating that way. By doing this it shows respect towards that religion, or the people who follows that religion. For example, Muslims who practices the religion Islam are restricted from eating pork and they also eat halal food. Jewish people whose religion is Judaism eat kosher products. And Hindus are not allowed to consume beef.

Money- a huge amount of a person’s money is spent on food. Most people usually spend their money on fast food such as Burgers, Tacos, and sandwiches. Not only fast food, but on cheaper microwaveable foods or easy to make foods. This is a big deal for people who don’t have much time to spend on making food. That’s why most people resort to easy reachable foods such as Kraft Dinner, Instant noodles, or premade pizza.

Family- Having a family dinner is a time where that family is able to talk and catch up each others day. At the dinner table you're talking, laughing and just spending time together. Most families aren’t able to have dinner together that’s why when they do; it’s usually a fun time. When families have dinner together they usually have pasta, turkey, and potatoes.

Technology- Technology is food that needs an appliance to make or receive it. In a factory, technology used to make most processed foods. Also technology can help us reheat our food by using an oven, microwave and more. This helps promotes...
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