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The Pros And Cons Of Buying Fast Food Vs Buyed Food

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This essay will analyze America’s decision to choose a lousy diet or a great diet. Buying fast food rather than cooking a home cooked meal can be convenient and inexpensive for a plenty of families in America. However, when it comes to eating a meal nearly all people weigh the options of eating fast food, cooking, or buying processed food. In the long run, there could be a ton of consequences for choosing one option over the other. People health can become an issue since fast food contains an abundant amount of unhealthy ingredients. Furthermore, a home cooked contains fewer calories and help with countless of health issues. People would rather risk their health in the future to eat unhealthy than, to buy food that they can cook due to it being…show more content…
Yet, the human population can decide to buy food that is fast and unhealthy before considering to eat an at home nutritious meal. Processed food and fast food are high in both sodium and sugar. In terms of people knowing the consequences of eating unhealthy, they would rather choose a poor habit. In the article “Top 11 Reasons for Fast Food’s Popularity,” the article states “Studies show that people prefer food that is inexpensive, convenient, and rather buy food instead of eating a cooked meal.” Food that can be brought in less than ten minutes to eat is what causes people to eat out a majority of the…show more content…
Processed foods can be greatly inexpensive and quick to cook. There is no surprise that it takes less than three minutes for some tv dinners to cook and for this reason, people will continue to buy processed foods. In the article “10 Processes Foods to Avoid” Elea Carey explains how, “Processed foods are convenient, and not all of them are bad for you.” After a long day, there is nothing like putting on a tv dinner to eat instead of cooking. Unlike going out the house just to buy fast food or spending hours to cook a meal. Elea Carey also states, “Sometimes, however, convenience can mean large amounts of hidden sodium, fats, and sugar, which are always bad news.” Quick and easy is not always the best route to
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