Think Before You Eat

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Everyone should take a second and weigh out the pros and cons before deciding to eat fast food. There are many health risks when it comes to eating food that is made within a matter of seconds. The food is not properly taken care of, which leads back to where the food is originally produced. Even if it is easy to buy and cheap, the health risk outweigh the five minutes of satisfaction that fast food brings. The health risks that come from eating so much fast food are life threatening.

First of all, Obesity can come from eating fast food that is bought often. Fast food is made from a lot of high saturated fats and calories; if it isn’t worked off then people can grow to become obese. Even a small amount of fast food contains high calories. People are fooled by the amount and they tend to eat more. Consequently without knowing, they consume a lot of fat and calories. While eating fast foods, people can consume so many calories without even knowing. Obesity is not the only risk, because heart disease is also a known factor. What you eat can affect your heart’s health and your chances of developing life threatening heart disease. When eating all of the fats, sugars, and salts. Your heart can grow weak and it will put your life in danger. There is no safe risk for the body when it comes to eating fast food.

Food poisoning can come from fast food. What most people do not know is the conditions the animals are living in before they are killed. Cows are being hung upside down, pigs are being stomped and shot in the head, and chickens are being stuffed in enclosed spaces. While watching a documentary on how animals are killed, I witnessed men stomping baby pigs in the head until they no longer cried; Cows being cut by the throat while they were still alive and male chicks being grinded or tossed in a bad to suffocate. Different bacteria that enters our food, comes from the animals living conditions.

It is obvious that there is no quicker way to quickly satisfy that...
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