Many people all over the world are becoming obese, unfit, and not healthy. Some of those people have tried nothing, and stick with the eating habits and the way they live. This can lead to many deaths because of obesity. Kids are becoming more obese which leads to diabetes, heart attacks, and other diseases. According to the article, McDonald’s feeds more than 46 million people a day-more than the entire population of Spain. This shows people are going to more fast food restaurants more then ever because it is convenient, fast, and you don’t have to waste your time cooking. This is a big factor in why so many people are obese. Not only at fast food restaurants, but people buy more unhealthy and processed foods because they are convenient, and don’t cost a lot. In order to maintain a healthy weight, you have to stay fit, exercise, and eat right. Some exercises you can do easily everyday is, walk, jog, play sports with friends, stretches, and warm ups. These are all things you can do on a daily basis to get your heart rate up. With exercising, you also have to eat healthy everyday. Some healthy foods you can eat is whole wheat food, brown rice, salad, and vegetables. These are just examples but there are many more foods to keep you healthy. Some things that also cause people to become overweight, according to the article, is emotional triggers. When you are emotional, depending on your mood, you eat the food you crave even though you aren’t even hungry at all. Some Emotional triggers that may lead to unhealthy choices is, being depressed or sad because of a family death. Also, having relationship problems or conflicts. Second, having stress at school or at work. For example, having to think of so many things you have to have done or a lot of work you have to complete. To replace emotional triggers, you could go out with friends, go to the movies, ice skating, or rollerblading. Another thing to replace an emotional trigger is to go for a walk or jog. Also, play a board game. There are also so many kids out there that are obese maybe because someone in there family is, or they just aren’t getting the proper information and
Ethics and Community relations
Article Assignment 2
This article is about six Philadelphia cops that in 2014 allegedly stole
$500,00 from drug suspects. After two years of investigation into the
Philadelphia Police department, federal agents prosecuted six narcotics officers.
From 2006 to 2012, the corrupt officers reportedly beat up their suspects and
stole $500,000 worth of drugs, cash, jewelry, and electronics.
The indicted officers where each specialized in narcotics investigations…
An article recently published on abc.net.au outlines how the Mackay Family in Queensland took an ‘innovative risk for the produce industry’ and created an opportunity for consumers to significantly increase their consumption of fresh fruit. In establishing their brand “Fruit Bar”, the Mackay’s have utilised two key marketing principles, “Mental Availability” and “Physical Availability”. Their idea to create a Fruit Bar is also an example of a dynamic continuous innovation.
The Mackay family have…
Sticker Shock—Stock Valuation at 10-Year High
Throughout the last few years, out economy has seen a number of different fluctuations; we’ve seen everything from high peaks to very low troughs. In the past, it’s been very fortunate for us, but more recently, it has come to affect our standard of living. Luckily for us, we’re not on an upward rise, but two or three years ago, we were in a hole that has left us with things to worry about…even now. One such case is stock valuation. At the beginning…
Daniel Hurley and Paul Kwon (2011) define “savoring the moment” (savoring) as the “propensity to focus on and enjoy past, current, and future positive events”. This is accomplished through behavioral means (laughing and smiling), sharing the positive experience with others (which correlates to increased levels of life satisfaction), and by cognitively storing the memory for future recall (Hurley & Kwon, 2011). Additional research has linked savoring with increased sense of present happiness, percent…
Breakeven Oil Production Cost
Form the graph above we can see that oil price production cost is different in every country or region. It depends on the geological setting of the oil reverse. The lowest one is Middle East production that have rig in onshore with $27 dollar per barel. And the highest one is on the artic which have rig off shore and need a lot of high technology to be installed with $75 dollar per barel. The price…
The study has affirmed the critical part taking an interest sports plays in giving the knowledge important to succeed in the aggressive world in which we live. This survey shows that woman should be involved in sports just as much as men.
The article has a great point on why sports have an influence on one’s life in grade school, college, and a work field.
For Women, Athletic Ability Could Determine Corporate Advancement
By Akane Otani October 14, 2014
For Women, Athletic Ability Could…
Christian Clients’ Preference
Regarding Prayer as a Counseling Intervention
A review by
The journal article that I reviewed studied the preference of a client in the integration of prayer in the professional counseling session. The article began by depicting the mental health practitioner’s increase of consideration concerning spirituality. Clients are asking specifically for a spiritual intervention when they are pursuing counseling. Not…
Stress and Bullying can Lead to Suicide
Rebecca Sedwick attempted suicide when she was overwhelmed with stress and
bullying at her school, her parents are finding ways to cope with her death.
The committed suicide of Rebecca Sedwick relates to our chapter because it talks
about stress, suicide attempts, and the coping of a loss. Rebecca Sedwick was under a lot of
when she was bullied at her school, she was excluded from a social circle so it caused
her to have a mental …
relationships and divide objects into cateogories. Finally, the formal operational stage where the individual can manipulate objects. (p. 94).
The article written by Webb discuesses the uniqueness of indiviual learning. Piaget’s theory allows teachers to realize that children may be on different cognitive stages or may process information differently. The article also stresses the importance of social interation between peers (Webb, 2001, p. 94).
With the cognitive development theory proposed by Jean…
PSY 496 Week 2 Assignment Methodological Issues Article Review
Methodological Issues Article Review. Read the following articles, which can be accessed through the ProQuest database in the Ashford University Library:
Evidence-based practice in psychology: Implications for research and research training.
Practice-based evidence: Back to the…