Food Manipulation Analysis

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get a Corn Flake shaped like a Cheerio." Sales of Goods act regulation should be much stricter because the food industry are finding ways to bend the rules. According to @MWarnesDesign. "Is Photo Manipulation Ruining Our Idea of Beauty?" Enhance. Maria Warner, 5 Feb. 2014. Web. 28 Oct. 2016.
Not only is the photographer deceiving people through their manipulation in food, but because of this people are more drawn into the product and want to buy it. A study published in the journal obesity reviews says that visual food cues like food ads can influence eating behavior and weight gain. Public health advocates say that food ads should have "tight regulation" they say that "food companies use them to entreat us to indulge in fattening products and they link our obesity epidemic to …show more content…

Food companies spend less than 1% on promoting vegetables and fruits, but instead, they spent half the time on mainly fast-food restaurant items, also along with sugary beverages and cereal. American see an average of three to five fast-food ads per day. According to "Scientists Are Building A Case For How Food Ads Make Us Overeat." NPR, 29 Jan. 2016. Web. 28 Oct. 2016. A positive side where McDonald begins promoting healthy food and healthy lifestyle was in 2003 when they started a nationwide advertisement. McDonald had removed the supersize option by having a choice to put apple dipper and milk instead of French fries and soda in the children happy meal. Also, making meals for adults by introducing the bottle of water, pedometer salad, yogurt, new fruits, and low-fat option to their menu. This was the first time McDonald started promoting healthy lifestyle. However, the lack of meal discount is important. Most of the healthiest food in the McDonald's cost twice as more than a regular burger at McDonald's, and consumers with lower-income sometime can't afford the healthier choice. McDonald

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