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The fast food industry hides behind a facade to some customers, yet to others it is their main food source. Nonetheless the food industry must have a positive and negative, as well as what it causes and results in for consuming it is greasy delicacies and solutions to its often affects. In some cases fast food is essential to those who are giving blood to increase the saturated fat within the body, with that being said, it prevents people from fainting. Another positive aspect about fast food is that their efficient and its not as time consuming. Moreover, most fast foods have drive throughs, for a faster and seemingly better convenience.
The poverty condition greatly affects their potential in terms of consuming healthy foods that can help them stay obese free (Yahia, Achkar, Abdallah, and Rizk). According to Latham, poor nutrition is closely related to obesity in many ways. There are many good foods that can help a person stay healthy. Argumentatively, there are also low nutrition foods that are very cheap and affordable for most people, but can lead to obesity if consumed. As such, nutrition is an important factor because the low nutrition foods lack some nutrients required by the body.
While increasing HDL cholesterol, preventing coronary heart disease and diabetes, physical activity also provides healthy and strong bones. If you want to lose the weight, you should put physical activity on your lists schedules. Even though exercising is the healthiest thing you can do, many people think that popping a pill in your mouth is a lot easier. Diet pills claim to “suck up the fat” and you do lose anywhere between 25-50 pounds in months.
Many benefits come out of drinking water. First, it quenches one’s thirst much better than any carbonated drinks. Second, it keeps one’s skin clear and healthy looking. In addition, it protects the human body from several diseases. Many people choose drinking sodas and sports drinks than water because water does not have much of a taste and carbonated drinks are flavored and tasteful.
In conclusion alcohol can affect your life in a good or bad way depending on how you drink, how often you drink, and how much you drink. It is better to drink in moderation, and responsibly. This normally means drinking only 1 to 2 glasses a day with a meal, and to also have a healthy diet that goes along with that. Otherwise the health benefits of drinking alcohol are gone, and replaced with some horrible side-effects. Everyone can make their own decision on what drinking in moderation is and what drinking responsibly means, but everyone should be informed with the facts.
Initially, it was difficult to figure out what foods to eat and what was good for my digestive system and how many calories I was consuming each day. I ignored this tracking process for the first two years but after reading articles on the internet about the importance of tracking my workouts as well as my daily Macronutrient intake, I started the tracking process. This process really helped me in knowing my body. MY PROFILE Current Bodyweight – 73.5 kg Body Fat Percentage – 10% Basal Metabolic rate – 1764 Daily Activity Multiplier – 1.8 Daily Protein Intake – 190 to 210 grams Daily Carbohydrate Intake – 500 to 520 grams Daily Fat Intake – 50 to 60 grams. Recommended Daily Caloric Requirement – 3175 calories I am pure vegetarian (NO EGGS!)
I also tend to be more tired in school and sometimes so tired that I can not focus in class. Sometimes I fall asleep in class. Unfortunately, even though I was determined at first to accomplish my thirty days challenge, I was not successful in the end. J.J Pilcher and A.S. Walters