Can obese people control whether or not they are obese? Well there is not a simple answer to that question. Obesity is taking over America at a a very high rate. More and more Americans are becoming obese and this county is fatter than its ever been. 69 percent of Americans today are over weight or obese, which is clearly very high. People need to start getting a hold of themselves and start taking responsibility for their weight. New York has raised the price of tax on soda and that is a little bit ridiculous considering that people have choices, and that they need to make a healthy choice if they want to be healthy. There is no reason why fit people should have to pay more if they want a soda. Obese people need to take weight into their own hands and make a major life change if they want to avoid serious diseases that are cause from obesity. My one friend Mike has been over weight his entire life. It is very unfortunate to see this because he is a healthy eater, and doesn’t snack or eat too much when he has meals. Some people like Mike, unfortunately can not do very much about their weight considering that their genetics give them a heavy set. For these people its is extremely difficult to loose weight, and if they pursue in trying they must be motivated and not let anything get in their way. Even if you are born with genetics that give you a heavy set you still have the power to become lean and healthy. Most people end up obese because they make the decision to eat what they eat and not get exercise like they should. In the article “Learn The Facts: Let’s Move” which First Lady Michelle Obama launches, she discuses they facts of obesity in our county and why America is fatter than ever. “Thirty years ago, most people led lives that kept them at a healthy weight.” (Obama 3). America used to be fit thirty years ago. Well why isn’t America fit anymore? The advances in technology and entertainment has completely over taken the way people live their lives. Yes, technology is great but, it is also steering away physical activity that people need. Thirty years ago you would see children outside in front of their houses playing all the time. These days you drive through neighborhoods and rarely you will see kids playing outdoors. People are too consumed with their computers and televisions and its really effecting their weight. Eating healthy is important to
Preventing Childhood Obesity
Preventing Childhood Obesity
“I doubt that the outcome we desire as a nation is to have excellent readers and outstanding math teachers — who are obese or undernourished and who are not physically fit,” says Gerald N. Tirozzi, executive director of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
Obesity is an extremely complex disease that is devastating our society, and plaguing our children. Parents and teachers need to…
Professor Tammy Finch
November 26, 2010
This essay is intended to self-reflect on my writing. Writing the essay will help me point out my strengths, weaknesses, and give my personal opinion as to where I am in my writing. Also, I will have examined a peers essay and point out what I have noticed that they have done with their essay.
The pre-writing/invention process I used for this essay was brainstorming…
English Comp 1301
Obesity in Small Children
Dear Sir or Madam,
Obesity is a terrible illness in children that can cause many problems in their lives. This problem is very common and some people think that is not important for us, but we need to take care of that. Children who are overweight in the future will tend to have more problems than regular children. Obesity can cause many problems in these children if the parents do not take care of the feeding…
clinical guideline as the focus of the final project.
Write 350–70-word essay justifying your selection of clinical issue based on clinical experiences.
Cite a minimum of two references explaining why this issue is significant enough to investigate.
Explain the relationship between the guideline and the chosen clinical issue.
Clinical Issue Article Analysis
Learning Team A continues to concentrate on different analysis associated with childhood obesity. Parents, schools, and communities are…
English 9 C
9C Fast Food Unit Essay
Is children’s health serious to fast food companies? According to Kelly Brownell in her article, “Are Children Prey for Fast Food Companies?” it’s not that serious to them. Fast food places are just as responsible as parents. Parents are responsible for their children’s bad eating habits and their health but, fast food companies are also responsible for the things they put in the food. Parents and fast food companies need to take responsibility…
Childhood obesity is having a major effect on our society but is also getting worse. If I had to influence a group of decision makers for the federal department of Education about childhood obesity and ways they could prevent this, I would provide them with multiple ways and how it would help. I would first explain that the food being served at the school is still very unhealthy. Even though it costs a lot more to bring healthier foods into the schools, this can lower obesity in children…
of class period, Wednesday, June 13th
Percentage of Final Grade: 10%
Objective: Write a summary of Crystal’s essay “2B or not 2B.” Use a template from They Say, I Say to begin your summary. Make appropriate rhetorical “moves,” such as integrating quotes, choosing strong verbs, and using effective transitions. Most importantly, demonstrate that you understand the what, how, and why: (1) What is the main argument or “gist” of Crystal’s essay? (2) How does Crystal…
The topic can be broad and affect society OR be of some personal significance to you. This paper does NOT have to be argumentative, but can be if you choose. Examples of topics include:
* Facts about good nutrition are widely known, so why is obesity increasing?
* Why do many addicts return to rehabilitation centers multiple times?
* Why has the divorce rate increased steadily over time?
* How has the increase of working mothers changed the family unit?
* Why is education compulsory…
In recent years obesity levels in both adults and children have been rising drastically; according to the Department of Health (DOH), Public Health (2013) 30% of children aged between 2 and 15 are overweight or obese. My article; Tackling childhood obesity by Hunt C (2009), raises the issues of childhood obesity, the links with obesity and pregnancy, and the ways in which the public can prevent it. I aim to discuss how these rising levels of obesity in children will affect my career…
middle aged Canadians eat too much red meat therefore eats too much fat (Holwenger, 2008). Risks associated with high fat intake are coronary diseases and cancers. This essay will discuss the ways Canadians obtain the food they eat and how what they are eating negatively affects their health and the countries wealth.
Obesity is by Health Canada’s standards is a body mass index of >30kg/m2. As most of the developed world does, Canada has a problem with almost yearly increases in the number…