Obesity in the United States is a major issue. Because there is such a high obesity rate, there have been so many diets established to try and reduce these constantly rising rates. A lot of these weight-loss diets that have been established are known as fad diets. A fad diet is a diet that becomes popular quickly, and may die out just as quickly. In the United States, there are some popular and healthy fad diets such as the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet, and Weight Watchers.
In today’s growing world, fad diets seem to be all the rage. As obesity rates are increasing more and more each year with 1/3 of the population overweight and 1/3 of the population obese, many people are trying everything that they can to lose weight. With people in our nation because too busy to exercise, too busy to make healthy meals, and healthy foods being too expensive, many people turn to these fad diets to help control their weight or help them lose their weight. One of the most known fad diet is the Weight Watchers program. The purpose of this study is to find out using both creditable and not so creditable sources if this fad diet actually works.
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HUN2000 Name: Brielle Honorat Panther ID: 5159300 Fad Diet Assignment A Fad Diet is a weight loss plan that promises dramatic results however they are usually not very healthy. For this assignment you are to research a Fad Diet and answer the questions below in detail. You must summarize the diet in your own
Introduction Have we become such a vain people or are we honestly looking to become healthier? This is the prime
“Fitness- If it came in a bottle, everyone would have a great body.” –Chef Every day there is an advertisement that comes on during commercial breaks when watching television or when listening to the radio about some diet supplement or diet plan as known as “Fad Diets”. Just what are Fad diets? Fad diets are any weight loss plan or supplement aid that promises to produce dramatic weight loss in a very short amount of time and that they are easy to follow and require very little to no exercise. Companies use logical fallacies when marketing their product to help inform or persuade their customers that their dietary supplement will work the best and give the best results. Logical fallacies are powerful tools used just about everywhere, whether it is used to persuade people or to challenge others in an argument, fallacies help immensely in detecting whether a product, person or service advertised is legitimate. Logical fallacies detract from arguments and can virtually be found in any rhetorical issue imaginable. Fallacies are used in just about every way when talking about fad dieting, but the truth about fad diets are just flat out unhealthy.
Obesity has become an epidemic in our over indulgent North American society. In addition to body image issues, obesity causes significant health issues. Society often views obesity to be a disease when it is actually a sign of a disorder, genetic or environmental. The percentage of our population that is growing overweight is increasing every year, and can become a very serious issue if it is not dealt with urgently. Problems relating to self-confidence, self-consciousness, and isolation can occur as a result.