The Effects Of Fast Food On The Food Industry

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In 2007, one study found that 31 percent of American men and 33 percent of American women have a body mass index of 30, at least. This means that in society today, they are considered obese (Human Diet, 2014). 1/3 of children are overweight or obese. 2/3 of adults are overweight or obese (McCarthy, 2010).What is causing this mad epidemic outbreak? Media is enticing the eyes of many viewers by the way they present themselves (What Causes Obesity, 2006). Advertisements in the fast food industry are persuading people to eat their greasy, fat, salty, unhealthy foods (McDonald’s Advertising Themes, 2013). In order for people to live a happy, healthy life, they must change their eating habits. However, fast food advertisements are contributing to what is making eating habits so hard to change, with their misleading advertising. Fast food is slowly but surely killing us, yet we hardly notice until it finally hits hard. In this first advertisement, a skinning, young female with sun kissed skin, glistening with moisture on her body from the heat of the sun hitting her, is enjoying a big juicy hamburger. Her hair is brushed forward by the wind blowing gentle is seems, as she lays there in her petite, fitting, brown bikini. In the background, ocean blue waves peacefully and steadily ride ashore. Sand is surrounding this young lady. The clouds are far off into the horizon looking fluffy, full, and breathtaking to a viewer’s eye. Following the young lady’s arm
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