Obesity : The Country Of Fast Foods

1788 Words Nov 11th, 2014 8 Pages
According to Food Research and Action Center obesity has increased more than doubled in children and adults since the 1970s (National Center for Health Statistics, 2009). Yet, people don’t want to admit that this is a serious issue in our society. When we think about obesity the first country that comes to everyone’s mind is of course United States, the native country of fast foods. Although United States is one of the most progressive countries in the entire world, yet it has the biggest rate in obesity in young people as well as in adults. So it is not a secret that American community is known and considered the most unhealthiest people in the planet. Just think about, fast food chains are always in every single corner wherever you go and water has been replaced by soda. This country lives on the life “to go” which means always in a hurry and not having time to make their own food at home. Microwavable lunch are the easier way during a busy day for most people and in the end of the day eating fast food all day is more affordable. However, if people will be motivated by different types of commercials on the radio or television, people will learn how to eat right and find a better way to protect their own health. Burger King, Wendy’s, Popeyes, Mcdonald’s, Arby 's these and many more corporations like these ones have become household names in our world. Each and every of these companies operates an unique mission which is served a filling meal for a very low cost and of…

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