As well, it causes them also to communicate with these people only. Thus they will be arrogant and judge people from their forms. In addition, not all parents have the ability to buy from the expensive brand and they try to reduce their spending in order to give their kids they needs and wants. Moreover, several ads seen currently include harmful stunts that kids try to do them. Due to, do not aware and understand the dangerous of it.
Hormonal changes at puberty make teens more susceptible to mood and behavioral swings. When eating healthy the body starts to play a part in keeping hormone levels on an even keel. Children’s Children who not always understand the health consequences of their eating habits, junk food may appear especially appetizing. However, regularly consuming fattening junk food can be addictive for children and lead to complication like obesity, chronic illness, low self-esteem and even depression, as well as affect... ... middle of paper ... ... very good thing to eat everyday, its not healthy. Junk food messes up your brain, body, and health.
Many health professionals believe that fast food restaurants are a major factor in increasing childhood obesity in America. Their belief is that advertisements produced by fast food restaurants are targeting children as their audience. Health professionals believe that children of a young age are very easily persuaded by fast food advertisements, which creates more demand for their product resulting in an increased rate of childhood obesity. The American Psychological Association (APA) state on their website that, "Research has found strong associations between increases in advertising for non-nutritious foods and rates of childhood obesity" (The Impact of Food Advertising…). This research is what has sparked this belief of fast food restaurant's detrimental effects on childhood health.
Eating junk food as a primary method of nourishment will lead to diseases and illness because your body is being deprived from its needed nutrias. While, by eating healthy you are strengthening your body and giving it proper nutrients to defend it in a time of illness .While, Obesity, diabetic, Hypertension, cancer and other chronic diseases are highly related to fast food. It has more calories on average meal than healthy food do, leading to greater weight gain and illnesses. Mm Now a days, fast food is becoming a cheap and yet a popular way for people who are too busy to cook. But the cheap price o... ... middle of paper ... ...uth be told, studies found that African yank children use a traditional of virtually six hours on a daily basis looking at the TV-and that every extra hour of TV they watch is connected with the use of an additional 167 calories" (p.422).
Schools are now also contributing to f... ... middle of paper ... ...children's diet. With the simple reply of "no", they have the power to prevent their children from consuming this food, or at least frequently consuming it, and increasing their risk of obesity at an early age. As they mature and grow older, children also become mature enough to come to their own educated conclusions of the unhealthiness of fast food, it is widely common knowledge, and common sense, that fast food is not a healthy alternative to meals made from home. It is even more well known now due to the increased publicity of health professionals stating the unhealthiness of frequently consuming fast food. It is also common sense that fresh fruits and vegetable are a much healthier alternative for snacking than potato chips and beef jerky.
Seeing a gorgeous girl posing with junk food is an allusion because advertisements want to make money so they will use what they can to get their audiences attention. It is displaying an ironic image. You simply cannot eat McDonald’s fries and be thin unless you rarely eat them. In the United States media has a major influence on the increasing rate of eating disorders, but it also has encouraging views on healthy eating styles. When it comes to eating healthy, there is no better way to prom... ... middle of paper ... ...rporations and many schools are cutting physical education out.
Parents should also teach their kids to eat healthy or to not eat fast-food excessively. Foods are going to become bigger and cheaper in the future and precautions should be taken immediately. Many countries have also realized the affects that children have because of fast-food restaurants and some countries have commenced to ban or restrict advertising to children. There are many health risks that correlates to obesity and it can all be prevented if you eat healthy or not excessively eating fast-food.
Additionally, they are cheap and tasty but are the cause of many modern health concerns that are often difficult to treat or manage. Over the recent years, fast foods have attracted wide criticism, especially from nutritionists. The revolution in daily cuisine has made fast food part of the daily diet in urban families and school age children. Many people blame them for the rising cases of lifestyle, health issues such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular illnesses. Fast foods bear the blame for the loss of traditional cuisine and authentic dishes that were healthy.
Junk food can be very appealing because of taste, price and convenience, but most children do not understand the health risks they are indulging in. Junk food is bad for many reasons the most significant is the risk of obesity and obesity related illnesses; a study published in Pediatrics in 2004 that “children eating junk food was linked with many dangerous risk for obesity.” According to this study, kids who ate junk food were more likely to consume a large amount of carbohydrates, fats, and sugar when eating junk food. The children were also less likely to eat as much dairy, fiber, and fruits and vegetables as children who did not eat junk food. Another, reason junk food should be avoided by young children would be that it causes chronic illness. According to the Prevention Institute, researchers fault junk food for the growing rates of high blood pressure, stroke, and diabetes.
Kids these days are constantly looking to get the next best thing, or act how the “popular” people would act. In the article “Commodifying Kids: The Forgotten Crisis,” Giroux talks about the affects the media market is having on children of today. The media is “brainwashing” kids into buying their products and catching them while they are young. The children of today are measuring their worth by the things they own or the way they act, which is largely due in part to the media market. While I do agree with Giroux on how the media market is to blame for the strong influence of children, I also think that the parents should share some of the blame for giving into their child’s desires and buying and encouraging them to get the top products.