Their friends could evade them, or they could have trouble making new friends; all these are reasons why an obese person could feel discriminated and solitary. Finally, anxiety is another em... ... middle of paper ... ...ecause they will have more expensive medical bills for medication and also will have more visits to the doctor. Obesity affects in many ways even the economy of a person, so people should be thinking about losing weight instead of paying higher costs. In conclusion, obesity can be reduced, if society focuses on the effects that it has on the people. Most people don’t realize how damaging obesity can be to the personal life, the personal economy, and overall to the health.
It is in most things that people eat, even without their knowledge. It can indirectly raise people’s medical costs, and make them feel more sluggish. Another reason to remove trans fat is also because it raises the risk of health problems. Digesting two to three grams a day can increase the risks of heart disease, bad cholesterol, obesity, type II diabetes, and much more. Since “more than a third of the adult population is obese”, this indirecting is a bad influence to the younger growing generations .
When someone decides to continuously eat healthy, the effect is a healthier person. Being healthy is extremely important when trying to prevent obesity, but it can be prevented. People need to be aware of the rise in obesity and do more in their lives to help prevent it from becoming an epidemic. It would be hard to imagine walking in public and seeing almost all Americans looking disturbingly, obese because of their poor diet and exercise choices; poor choices will result in a dreadful and unwanted outcome. Works Cited Borrell, Luisa & Samuel, Lalitha.
The article “Fat Times” stated that, “If this were about tuberculosis, it would be called an epidemic”. The eating habits of society have steadily become more harmful and have started to produce gluttonous children, over-indulgent adults, and a food industry set too much on satisfying our appetites rather than making sure we are making healthy decisions. Obesity can begin at a very young age. Many children in our society are overweight, setting themselves up for serious health problems later in life. Type 2 diabetes, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, and heart problems are just some of the risks.
Obesity is the second most harmful conditions in the United States today. The growing issue is creating a lasting impression on individuals, communities, and even nation wide. Next to tobacco use, which is declining, obesity is the second most cause for deaths among adults under the age of seventy in the U.S. Obesity causes several health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol, asthma, sleep apnea, gallstones, kidney stones, infertility, and as close as eleven types of cancers. Not only does it affect the health of the person, it affects their social and emotional feelings including discrimination, low quality in life, and the susceptibility to depression. Obesity also has an impact on the economy, the nation's productivity and even the national defense.
Mood disorders are another blame for obesity . Simply saying when you’re feeling a certain way you tend to overeat way more than you usually would. There’s no justification for criticizing the food , Ultimately a person can only blame themselves for their weight and personal actions. Nobody is forcing you to eat irregularly. Obesity can be stopped but you need to make the change nobody can do it for you.
There are eating disorder that people gain weight instead of lose it. Obesity should be defined more as a disease than a disorder. Although, disease is a disorder, it just needs to be known that it takes work to get rid of the disorder. If someone has a low metabolism they were put fat on quicker than they can lose it. Many obese people have life-threatening symptoms that can harm them more if they try to lose weight.
Obesity and overweight have became a global problem in the last decade, according to the World Health Organization back in 2005 approximately 1.6 billion adults over the of age 15 were overweight, at least 400 million adults were obese and at least 20 million children under the age of 5 years were overweight. Experts believe if the current trends continue by 2015 approximately 2.3 billion adults will be overweight and more than 700 million will be obese. The scale of the obesity problem has a number of serious consequences for individuals and government health systems. Obesity is a concern because of its implications for the health of an individual as it increases the risk of many diseases and health conditions. Being obese means having so much body fat that your health is in danger.
42 million children under the age of 5 were overweight or obese in 2013. Obesity is preventable.” It is amazing how many people have this problem. Unhealthy foods will always be dangerous to the human body and the ones that are served everywhere people and families go and get away from them. Obesity and any other disease can lead to many other horrible diseases. It can harm the body and reduce normal body function like a disease, but it can be cured and someone can return to a healthy lifestyle if they have enough determination it all depends on the person what their main goal is if to lose the weight or keep eating how they
As of 2010, more than one third of all Americans were overweight and that number continues to climb at an alarming rate. In 2012 , there was an estimated twenty billion dollars in revenue for any and all diet books, diet drugs, and surgeries (1). Capitalism has a say so clearly, one aspect of the money is pushing the mentally weak toward fatty foods, the other form is racking in twenty billion on improper self discipline and fitness fads of those trying to be the opposite. Even with the increasing numbers of diets and obesity prevention programs, American obesity remains an instable issue. In our society obesity has become a primary link to heart diseases and other preventable lifestyle illnesses that can lead to early death.