Annotated Bibliography 1. Introduction A food desert is a location in which a wide variety of nutrition food is not generally available (Wrigley et al. 261). Food deserts exist in places such as inner cities and isolated rural areas (Morton and Blanchard 1). The purpose of the paper supported by this annotated bibliography is to argue that food deserts do not exist because of discrimination against the poor, but because of forces related to supply and demand. This hypothesis ought to be kept in
Annotated Bibliography Verma. “Why You Should Stop Drinking Milk Right Now.” The Daily Meal, 30 Jan. 2014, www.thedailymeal.com/why-you-should-stop-drinking-milk-right-now/013014. In the Article “Why You Should Stop Drinking Milk Right Now” Dr Verma talks about how milk does have “some other nutrients that we think are beneficial to the body” but milk actually contains “acidic animal protein that leaches calcium from the bones, pus cells, bovine growth hormone, feces, antibiotics, and a whole lot
before and many resources have been used to meet those demands. Certain plants have also been demanded more as well. The articles I have chosen, go into the pros and cons of both diets and how they affect the environment as well as our bodies. Annotated Bibliography Pimentel, David, and Marcia Pimentel. "Sustainability of Meat-based and Plant-based Diets and the Environment." The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Sept. 2003. Web. 2 May 2016. P: A lacctoovovegetarian diet had a higher food consumption
Marriage practices vary across cultures. Every culture has its own way of conducting marriage according to their traditions and customs. Most cultures share common customs and practices, while some cultures have unique practices. Marriage refers to a social union agreed upon by the couples to unit as spouses. The union of couples implies sexual relations, permanence in union, and procreation. This research paper focuses on comparing marriage practices in American and Indian culture. There is significant
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