Eating : A Responsibility For Life

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Eating: A Responsibility for Life Everyday, each individual makes approximately 200 food and drink choices. Food is a physiological necessity for people; it guarantees the survival, the growth and the development of human beings. The human body could be compared as a machine that in order to function properly it needs the right fuel. However, not all the foods are good. The wrong kind could burn out the whole machine as well as eating junk food can destroy the body by causing numerous health complication. One of the major cause of these health complications are caused by obesity due to unhealthy eating behaviors such as consuming the daily meals in fast foods chains. David Zinczenko in “Don’t Blame the Eater”particularly takes a reasonable position against the innumerable fast food chains taking all over the U.S. According with the “Fast Food Data Analysis” of 2014, in the U.S. there are more than 200,000 fast food restaurants, with McDonald 's being the most popular one. The reason why fast food are so popular is because it has an efficient and fast service as, for example the drive through, it is extremely convenient and ultimately it taste good. Many scientist also proved that another reason why fast foods is so prevailing is because it stimulates the same brain areas as drugs do. In fact, eating is a primary instinct and it release hormones as dopamine that cause pleasure. As Zinczenko explain, if people were more educated about what they are introducing in their
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