April 28, 2014
According to Lin, Guthrie and Frazao, children's calorie consumptions from fast food and soft drinks increased dramatically. Weight is always a problem in our society. Now a day, we are forgetting about healthy food just to save our time and money. We have adopted fast food to reach a level of obesity. Fast foods have a biggest contribution on obesity because of easy access on food restaurant; contain less amount of nutrition, and food advertisements.. Now it seems like fast foods fat and sugar are the main problem but if we don’t take an immediate action, towards the situation, it might be a genetic problem.
A fast growth of fast food restaurants are the main cause of people becoming obese. They are also being victim of diseases such as diabetes, cholesterol, heart attack, etc. People prefer taste food but don’t pay attention to the price as the result comes with huge amount of fat and sugar resulting diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. Abundance amounts of fast food restaurants are promoting peoples interests eating outside home rather than home. Today more than a third of Americans are considered as obese. Type 2 diabetes is a common sickness carried out by these fatty peoples. “Receptivity to Television Fast-Food Restaurant Marketing and Obesity among U.S. Youth” (McClure 568). We might be able to reduce or balance the amount of obesity using insulin. Fast food restaurants distribute lots of cookies and toy candies to children. Which may be a major contribution on childhood obesity? Epidemically, fast food is a major contributor to the obesity. It is also reducing their home activity such as cooking at home kitchens. Some of these food restaurants are illustrated as McDonald, Jack in the Box, KFC, Pizza Hut, etc. Price and quality always need to balance. Proper exercise is necessary to maintain our body fat and to stay healthy.
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