I also drink several Pepsis a day. A day of my diet would be breakfast consists of a sausage, egg and cheese croissant, hash browns, and a Dr. Pepper. Lunch is usually leftovers or pizza and a Pepsi. I normally do not eat dinner. It is a bad habit not to eat dinner but I pay for it in the morning because I’m starving.
He promises that if you follow these three points, you can not only eat safely, but eat well. As an example, canned goods, candy, dry goods, soda, and alcohol can be consumed safely. On the other hand wild game, homemade food, and ethnic foods should be avoided (148-151). The reasons behind this are botulism, upset stomach from ethnic foods, or lack of knowledge about them, and home made leftovers tend to be very old when thrown out. Upon further examination, I have realized that I am very “germaphobic” when it comes to food.
Mark reckons his diet is not very healthy. He said that he doesn't like most fruits and vegetables and would eat one portion a day out of his five a day. He said that he eats a lot of protein in the form of red meat, fish and chicken. Mark says that he gets a lot of dairy in his diet as he drinks a lot of milk during the day. Mark said he's not a big fan of sugary snacks such as chocolate but that his downfall is that he loves crisps and fizzy drinks.
The Three Worst Junk Foods The word “junk” is a slang term used to quantify any food that is low in nutrition values, and very high in saturated fat, sugar, sodium, or trans-fat with some additives that are not friendly to our bodies. Consuming any food comprised of all the elements listed above can increase the risk of health hazards, such as stroke, obesity, diabetes, tooth decay, elevated blood glucose and cholesterol, which can lead to heart problems. There are three junk foods listed below that fall into the class of worst junk foods: French fries, doughnuts and soft drinks or sodas. Why French fries are considered junk food? French fries very high in saturated fat, trans fat, sodium, cholesterol and sugar.
People say that it is Mcdonalds fault for them gaining weight, but what they don’t understand is that they have the choice wether they should eat it or not, or even how much they eat. They have control over wether they should go and pick out a nice healthy salad or go to a fast food restaurant such as Mcdonalds and get fatty food there that is super-sized, and get french fries that are all salty. So I say it is not Mcdonalds fault for people becoming obese and overweight all over the country! it is their own fault that they are gaining this much weight in such little time. Mcdonalds is a very popular restaurant where they advertise food all over the place on billboards in stores, on the
We should care about our environment by ordering smaller amounts of food when in restaurants. Many people in the restaurants order too much food especially in buffets but when they finish their dinner, we can see there are still have some food left on the dishes. I was one of them who always wasted food when I was done with my meal. I didn’t realize that the food I tossed in the trash could impact our environment and lead to pollution concerns. In the book, Bloom said “it’s easier for today’s children to waste food because they are so removed from its origins.” The reason why we waste food easily is we don’t have the chance to plant, water, or nurse the plants by ourselves, so we don’t know how hard it is to plant and grow the food.
If the blame is to be pointed at someone it would have to be the consumer. One reason is that people are not forced to eat these foods. They do not point a gun to our head and demand we eat a half pound burger, a bucket of fries, and a big soda enough to last a whole day. They know it is bad just do not want to make their own food, so they blame companies. Another reason is we have a choice on what we eat on a daily bases.
In this essay, I am going to discuss the reasons why fast food should be banned from high school cafeterias. The first reason why fast food should be banned from high school cafeterias is because it contributes to obesity. One in every five Canadian student is severely overweight and many students are obese. Fast food in cafeterias may cause this number to increase. The accessibility of fast food in schools encourages students to eat unhealthy, which is detrimental to their health.
3) A healthy eater typically eats a well-balanced diet, which means that a person should eat a certain amount of whole grains, dairy, fruits, vegetables, sugars, and fats. However, most people, especially Americans, are very unhealthy eaters. We eat way too many fatty foods that have saturated fats (which are not good), too much sugar, and too little of everything else. Junk food, candy, and soda get the best of us, and put us at risk for obesity or worse, heart disease. I consider myself to be a fairly healthy eater; my mom cooks
We cannot turn on the television without commercial after commercial advertising one type of food or another; most of which is greasy fast food that is full of fat. The primary goal of the food industry is to make money with very little concern for what it is doing to the health of Americans. Recently fast food restaurants have tried to add some things that are healthier to their menus, but if you notice they usually add something very fattening and enticing at or around the same time. Most people when faced with the choice of a bland salad or hot sandwich are going to choose the sandwich. Not only does it taste better it is also more convenient.