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The process of chemically treating foods was introduced in 1910, by the 1930s, frozen food became available, and the phenomenon of fast food emerged in the 1940s and became popular quickly. Obviously fast food is chemically treated and not natural and generally unhealthy, in 1994, food became even more manipulated with the introduction of genetically modified organisms (Leite 1)). Now we have huge supermarkets and a lot of the foods available in them is unhealthy processed food. Overweight rates in the world are increasing and the United States are the highest rated country when it comes to this subject, if the obesity being in high rates we need to find a solution to this phenomenon. Processed foods should contain more natural ingredients and the government should be more involved in regulating the ingredients that are put into these foods to maintain the population healthy and so the rate of health issues due to overweight becomes lower.
Food is our guiltiest pleasure; food is related to all our festivities, whenever there is a birthday there is a cake, in Christmas family gatherings, when we go out with friends usually there food involved. Food is the most important part of our lives wherever we go there is food and we use it to sustain ourselve (Kim 54). We obviously need food to survive but we do not know is that by consuming these foods we might be killing our self. Processed food is everywhere in our lives and it’s very difficult to out run it. Of course, there are places like Whole Foods which distribute unprocessed, all-natural, healthy food to its customers. Their items are naturally grown and fresh and contain little to none chemicals. No matter where we go we try to buy our food there is always going to be a little bit of some form of chemicals. This is why places like whole foods are convenient, especially for the people
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According to the paper fast food restaurants and outlets are on a rise. They are often not covered and are situated in open air with no proper seating arrangements. Fast food restaurants are everywhere these days. For example, MC Donalds, KFC, Burger King and many other franchises have opened up and still new ones are being introduced. It is often difficult for a food to be categorized as good or bad but the problems which are associated with fast foods often deem it in a negative way.
Unquestionably, most of the foods in groceries, local markets, supermarkets are products of modern industrial processes. Crops are now being grown in large quantities and cheaply, and farmers have been insured from heavy crop losses resulting from pest or disease attack.
Manufacturers of processed foods have been applying some chemical preservatives as well as sweeteners. Consumption of processed foods has resulted to the development of a number of degenerative diseases to both children and adults. Some processed foods have also been beneficial to the consumers as tend to contain certain mineral elements that are essential to the development of the body.
However, in realization that the educational standard of the US is struggling to be at par with its international competitors, politicians have held certain assumptions as follows: • Students are unmotivated and need more immediate consequences tied to their learning.
The product of food processing is the processed foods. Food processing ranges from traditional methods such as cooking to the modern methods that entails exposure to gamma radiation. The design of many processing techniques such as smoking, drying, salting, canning, and freezing ensures that food remains edible for long time.
As a result, individuals rarely find time to prepare a good meal after a hardworking day due to fatigue or to engagement in other activities after work or school. In addition, the days when students and employees carried their parked lunch to school or work are long gone.
Therefore, to implement a local diet, one needs to follow the guidelines proposed by Priebe (2011) in the article entitled “An Overview of the 100-Mile Diet” published online in ecolife. As noted, a local diet could be implemented through observing the following steps: (1) starting simple; (2) try to connect with local farmers; (3) endeavor to grow vegetables in one’s own garden; (4) when shopping locally, purchase in bulk and learn how to preserve; and (5) just take things in stride and relax (Priebe, 2011).
Thus, the memories of food upon which one is raised forms the basis for a person’s identity, and this identity is often based upon the kind of ethnic cuisine served in one’s household. As James states, what one eat sets one apart from others in the cultural realm.
While the noncredible sources do not have other sources supporting the information.
Red meat causes more cardiac issues than the processed meat. Processed meat contains additives, nitrates and nitrites. These