Jessica Chandler WR 115, 2 pm Expository Essay January 29th 2013 Are Fast Food Industries Really to Blame For The Obesity In the World? Many people argue that the Fast Food industry is to blame for the obesity in the world. For me this is not entirely true. Fast Food plays a role in making it tougher to eat healthy because many grocery stores now have fast food restaurants in them. There are also advertisements directed towards children through television and magazines.
Mainly because it is fast, inexpensive and tastes good. The downside is that most fast foods tend to be high in fat, calories, sodium, cholesterol and sugar. More eat fast food today Eating away from home is becoming more common, particularly at fast food restaurants. Many adults rely on fast food daily for lunch because it is fast, predictable and inexpensive. As the pace of the American lifestyle increases there is less time to prepare a home-cooked meal, which leads many families to stop at the drive-thru on their way home.
Carl bought a food stand to sell food and soon enough, he had enough money to buy another food stand. Soon, a restaruant across the street from the Heinz farm went up for sale and Carl bought it. He called it “Carl’s Drive-In Barbeque”. Soon, Carl found out about Richard and Maurice McDonald had come up with a faster way of preparing food. These brothers created to assembly line and put it in their own restaruant, McDonald Brothers Burger Bar Drive-In.
He continues by saying that people also may say that fast food is cheaper when measured by the calorie but when half of the people in this country consume too many calories rather than too few, measuring food’s cost by the calorie makes no sense. Bittman clearly states that the cost of fast foods aren’t as cheap as we have all tricked ourselves into thinking and that the obvious choice should be home cooked meals. As well as using hard evidence, Bittman also manages to convince his readers of his credibility because of his background and knowledge of food. Appearing on NBC’s The Today Show, NPR’s All Things Considered and the author of three books relating to food, Bittman is multifaceted (Beyond Print 1). Bittman makes it clear a few times during the article that he likes to make home cooked meals and
Blaming Fast Food Restaurants for Obesity Let’s face it; everyone loves a Whopper every now and then. Yet we are all aware that one too many can bring on dangerous and life-threatening results. Obesity is a growing problem in the United States and more and more children are being affected. But do uneducated families have the right to put the blame on fast food restaurants for their health issues they could have easily prevented? I believe that we are taking it too far by blaming fast food restaurants for obesity and that it is an individual’s responsibility to take the blame.
The book Fast Food Nation would open the eyes of most Americans to behind the scene of fast food. The type of workers they employ, and how the government is connected to the industry. The workers of the fast-food industry are treated with bad ethics. The fast-food industry likes to hire young, poor, and handicap people. They hire teenagers because they live at home and do not have any expenses, therefore, they work for less money.
Persuasive Essay Whether out of convenience, boredom, or crave, a trip to a fast food restaurant nowadays takes a heavy toll on one’s health cloaked by a satisfying feeling. Fast food restaurants of all variations have emerged throughout the country since the opening of A&W in 1919. As time progressed big business owners behind multinational fast-food chains such as McDonald’s, Burger King & KFC have significantly altered the ingredients of their product to serve customers a more addictive tasting item. Fast food’s high fat & sugar contents can negatively affect human wellness in longevity if one does not limit or completely eliminate their trips to drive-thru windows and dine in counters. Usually ingredients in today’s products are modified so that an item may a taste a certain way, look a certain way or keep from spoiling for a long period of time.
McDonald’s is the fast food that earn the most profit in the fast food industry Name : Class : Date : Teacher : INTRODUCTION In the past, dinner or lunch time was necessarily a shared moment, where people gather with family or friends. Nowadays, their life is busier and they do not have enough time to eat properly and all together. Thus, fast-food industry appeared, and made business from their busy life. Because of the cheap price, and because is not such a bad food, people make most of the fast-food become famous and important business. One of them is McDonald’s, an American fast-food restaurant, founded 70 years ago.
America needs to stop advertising such unhealthy eating. How often do you hear of a ninety-nine cent special on a salad? Americans like there food fast and don't care to realize the effects that fast foods have on there bodies. Since, the media has such a strong influence on Americans. I believe that if healthy food is more advertised it will be eaten more.