The Fast Food Industry is responsible for obesity in America as they have many fast food restaurants typically many within a small radius providing cheap easy solutions to societies hunger. David Zinczenko, a writer for The New York Times, describes marketing powers in his assessment "Don't Blame the Eater" he states that just about all fast food restaurants falsely advertise their foods and pass to many as a "healthy" meal choice but little do people know is that they are still extremely unhealthy foods that should not be included in anybody's diet what so ever. There has been many varieties of marketing techniques developed over the years of the fast food industry's attempts to persuade others to eat at their establishments. The fact that the foods they are extremely unhealthy for people of all ages from kids to adults is helping to cause obesity throughout America although some may be aware of the risks the average American still continues to eat out at fast food establishments along with the family giving the fast food industry a chance to get the entire family hooked for life. Going to fast food restaurants to prove his theory about how horrible fast food restaurants are for the human body.
this could be a physical or learning disability. Children with learning disabilities may be unable to focus and concentrate for long periods of time. children with physical disabilities may have gross and fine motor and functional skill problems. They may also suffer from an impairment such as deafness or a visual impairment which would impact on their ability to learn and play. Disabilities may affect confidence and challenge social skills.
Understand the factors that influence children and young people’s development and how these affect practice. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors If a child was born with a condition or later develops one in life this could affect the child’s development. If the child has an illness such as asthma which affects the child’s breathing, due to this the child might be less likely to play and be active with their friends as their condition may restrict them for doing so. This may mean the child has less understanding of appropriate group interaction. Disabilities in a child can cause a development delay.
Going through a drive-through is much more effective than sitting down at a restaurant or preparing meals at home. For the average working class family living life on the go, it can save a lot of time and money. Also, the industry itself creates and perpetuates millions of jobs for the economy (often with low wages and poor benefits). The most common reason people continue to eat fast food, despite their knowledge of the negative effects, is the simple fact that it tastes good. The addictive and yet fattening qualities associated with fast food leave people constantly craving one more bite.
Corporations make us fat Many people claim that it is personal responsibility of what you eat, however fast food corporations and their marketing strategies make it almost impossible to say no. From childhood we are conditioned to grab a large combo meal on our way home instead of going to the grocery store then cooking it ourselves. The ease, convenience, and the cheap prices make it all too easy for consumers. Corporations are to blame for America’s obesity problems because of their lack of nutritional information available to consumers, their lack of alternatives, and their brand recognition and advertisements addicting us from childhood. There is no calorie information posted in any fast food restaurant.
In Canada, people’s life is busy; they do not get time for cooking at home, so they prefer to eat fast food. Therefore, they often take out food from different restaurants before going home. Canadian’s families hardly get together at dinner time to share food with their extended families because of their busy life style. For example, families usually share and get together with friends and their extended families on special occasions such as birthdays, Anniversaries etc although they cannot celebrate those occasions on the same dates; therefore, they celebrate them on weekends. However, most of the Bangladeshi people like to eat homemade food; especially at dinner time, they get together and share food with their extended families.
Lazy-Ass Nation Fast food, a meal for the whole family made within minutes, is one of the most common ways of eating in America these days. But do the Americans eat fast food because it’s quick and a timesaver, or because they’re lazy and making their own food would be an inconvenience? Over the years America has become increasingly lazy and lethargic, and in turn has become of the first words someone thinks of when they hear the term “American”. Not only does fast food serve as a prime example of America’s laziness, but the country has taken it one step further and is beginning to offer delivery at these fast food “restaurants”. Other items such as pizza and buffalo wings have also been available for delivery for quite some time.
I can see the concern, but I have also had lunch at school with my kids and seen the reality. One of the main reasons behind these changes to school food regulations is to promote healthy eating habits in school age children. The reality is that children do not eat their food, and they throw it away. Parents, who visit their children during lunch, take in fast food for them to eat. At the end of the day, the child is hungry, and most parents stop by the favorite fast food to get dinner as part of their busy lives.
Remember you have to eat and unless you’re on a meal plan (which is still basically paying) you will have to go out and buy your own things to eat there is no mommy or daddy there anymore to help make sure your mouth is fed so you’ll have to try to save as much as you can to provide for yourself. Enough with all the food talk what about your books the most important thing in college is for you to expand your knowledge and without books it will be hard for you to gain that knowledge. I researched a few college textbooks and the prices look like a monthly car payment. The cheapest book I’ve seen was about $150 now imagine you have 5 classes you do the math that’s $750 dollars. Now imagine all your professors want you to have the textbooks immediately but you have no way to pay for the books because you spent your money on items you didn’t need or eating out when you didn’t need to.
So since they have low income they only thing they can do is go buy fast food. Arken and Houston also state more causes of obesity in the inner-city, “Obesity is determined by many factors (e.g inactivity, high-fat diet cultural preference)”(2).The culture the parents put their child in is basically by forced because of their living situation. With the low income it’s hard for the African American people to take their child to get health insurance, so they can’t receive advice from the medical establishment on how to prevent obesity. In, “Facing Up to Childhood Obesity” Phillips states the effects of inactivity in Great Britain. Arken and Houston do the same in Obesity in Inner-City African