My essay explains how Mississippi has become what it is today. Mississippi located in Southern United States has been known for its music, religion and cotton. It also known for the great Mississippi River. Mississippi is the most religious state of our time today. Cotton production is one of the reasons why Mississippi became large in growth and population. Mississippi is the birthplace of America’s music. Mississippi also has a hall of fame where they celebrate all the nationally and internationally known artists.
health problems like high blood pressure, obesity and heart disease, although I certainly agree that fast food is both cheap and convenient, the illnesses it causes when we get older are very
Fast food might be easy and cheap but people do not realize how harmful the food is for their bodies. The problem is the food that is served at these types of restaurants, especially McDonalds, are high in fat, salt, processed, and can have harmful ingredients included in the food. While home cooked food takes time to plan and make people know what they are eating, that isn’t the case at McDonalds: “McDonald’s burgers retain its fresh appearance for a very long time. This can easily fool customers who do not have a hint of this alteration in their burgers. The use of excessive preservatives is harmful for your health which McDonalds seems to overlook for gaining more and more
While everyone generally knows that fast food is not good for their health, however people still eat it for various reasons. Most people that buy fast food have low incomes, are uneducated, and/or are people just trying to save a couple of bucks. Most people trying to save money are buying fast food and it is costing their health in the long run. This will eventually end up costing people even more money.
Americans poor health Health is very important, it give you the opportunity of have a good quality of life. A country with good health has happy citizens. However, some reports show us how Americans suffer poor health. The health of Americans is worse than the health of citizens in other
While most people generally know that fast food is not good for their health, they still eat it for various reasons. Most people that buy fast food are low income, uneducated, and/or are people just trying to save a couple of bucks. However, the people trying to save money by buying fast food will eventually end up spending more money from the cost of doctor 's visits, medicine, etc.
Problem Obesity in Mississippi has caused the state to get a bad wrap for the healthiness of the state. The obese population in Mississippi is so large due to the fact that the
a) Almost all food served at fast food restaurants has an extremely high fat and calorie content and lacks nutritional value.
That’s how they feel about a black man or woman being a President. On Dec 12, 2013 there were high rates of obesity and diabetes in a majority of Mississippi’s cities and counties which continues to make Mississippi the unhealthiest state in the country. This may be attributed to Mississippi’s a high poverty rate because poor people tend to eat less healthy. A lot of people in Mississippi has lack of physical activity so that could be another reason. Obesity in adults and children is a top health concern in Mississippi. In 2012 Mississippi had the highest obesity rate in the country. In 2011 it was reported that 44% of Mississippi’s kids were overweight or obese and 70% of the adults were and that it is most prevalent in the Mississippi Delta. Along with obesity go a slew of other health problems including diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. Another cause of obesity in the Delta is the lack available fresh produce in places. In one store in the Mississippi Delta, bananas were starting to turn black in their only grocery store. If you really want quality fresh produce food or fruit you must drive 30 to 45 minutes to find a good grocery store.
As a young Mississippian I can see solve of the problems that has hindered the growth and property of this state. Therefore, this research will focus on the government, the people and the economy of Mississippi. As we progress through the research, we will see how these topics have impact each other and the state. Mississippi government has the separation of legislative, executive and judicial branches. Governor Phil Bryant and Lieutenant governor Tate Reeves have responsibility for the executive branch. Both are Republicans and are elected for four years teams. Mississippi hold elections for the officials on odd- number years before presidential elections. Mississippi many time lags behind other states as far as changing laws on the books
Mississippi has about 1,000 to 1,500 restaurant.With numbers still rising because of the fast and easy access. (ARCGIS) On average most of us like McDonald’s right? Well in Mississippi McDonald’s is their most common fast food restaurant. But 22 out of 61 things on their menu is “Healthy”, marked saying “Health and nutrition is important.(ABC) On average 98% of advertisements viewed by children are for produced, high in fat, sugar or sodium foods or beverages.(POWER) Say your family eats fast food 2 or 3 times a week, then your kids going to school to unhealthy lunches and poor physical activity. This would definitely lead to you children being obese. Mississippi schools have prohibited purchase of fresh fruits, vegetables, protein, poor dietary habits, unhealthy school breakfast and lunches, limited physical effort, and the increase of time on technology plays a big role in child obesity. (AJMC) With Mississippi being the second lowest consumption of fruits and vegetables in the nation that says we need to do something about
Around 160,000 fast food franchises have been opened all over America. America is the most obese country in this world. Healthy food is supplement rich, yet fast food has a tendency to be poor in nutrients and high in calories. Know that fast food can satisfy our day by day calories requirements; not only it gives us calories, but it also harms our health with other ingredients. For instance, fast food is high in soaked fats and trans fats. In addition, it has additives, chemicals, and artificial flavors. Fast food impacts our health and causes infections, for example, heart disease, diabetes, high blood sugar and high blood pressure. On the other hand, healthy food provides the best nutrients and protects our body from sickness, since it contains vitamins, proteins, and minerals. Fast food is addictive and unhealthy. (Obesity in America) (Chronic
1. What was the purpose of Mr. Spurlock experiment? According to recent reports, 60% of the adults in the US are considered obese. Fast food restaurants are found at every block and owners try their best to ensure that their customers are ordering in supersize. Mississippi is known to be one of
Even though some advertisements stimulate our appetite, those advertisements don't say that their fast food is healthy. Moreover, it has been often said that fast food has bad effects for our health, through newspaper, television, and other media. Most people should know these facts. To add to that, as I mentioned before, there are some fast food shops which serve health foods compared to other fast food shops, so if people are really concerned about their health, they can choose those fast food shops. Therefore, the problem should be attributed not to the fast food companies, but to individual choice.
So on the way to work they will buy dinner at a fast food restaurant. Places such as McDonalds's, Burger King, and Taco Bell have begun to appear on every street corner. Fast food restaurants made an appearance in America in the 1960's. They have not been around for very long and already the effects are destroying the health of the people in America. This is because people go to what to tastes good and these foods taste good to the kids. When their parents grew up a trip to grandmas for Sunday dinner was a treat and a variety from the meals at home. Today the treat is going out to a fast food restaurant. These foods are usually inexpensive, prepared for the person, and they taste good. The downside to these places is that their food is greasy and high in fat. Both of these are contributors to high blood pressure and high frequency of heart attacks among the American population.