Food writing has evolved throughout the years; it began merely as a simple recipe, depicting instructions on how to create unique cuisines. However, as time progressed and as writing evolved, food has become not only a substance for survival, but also a cultural phenomenon. Food writing cannot be categorized as a genre itself, but an issue in which utilizes a wide range of subgenres. Such genres include: recipes, blogs, memoirs, food dieting, and reviews. Therefore, the dieting genre can be described as a distinct category of its own, in which it provokes and inform readers to physically react in order to better their physical and mental health. Thus, diets are designed to help individuals make changes in their usual eating habits or food selection. Some special diets involve changes in the overall diet, such as diets for people needing to gain or lose weight or eat more healthfully. Therefore, maintaining a healthy diet involves a balance of behavioral, psychological, environmental, and biological factors. Once these needs are fulfilled, then good and healthy behaviors of dieting are obtained, resulting in the gratitude of weight loss. The article, Dieting: Good Or Bad? Written by Maghan L. Butryn and Michael R. Lowe, depicts the difference of good dieting versus bad dieting. This article, through food writing, describes that dieting is at an alarming increase in the obesity epidemic, individuals are therefore resorting to dieting. Food writers, Butyn and Lowe inform and persuade readers, that in order to shed the pounds correctly one must diet correctly. However, in order to understand the effects of good and bad dieting, there must be a line of inquiry on the effectiveness of dieting. Thus, creating controversy on its influences on medical and psychiatric health. According to Meghan L. Butryn and Michael R. Lowe, in which informs the reader that “determining how “good” or “bad” dieting is involves three central issues: the effectiveness of dieting, its physical or biological effects, and its psychological effects” (Butryn, Lowe 184). Thus, both of these dietary writers imply the “cause and effect” rhetorical strategy; a writing strategy in which focuses on the reasons of an issue and the consequent effects. For example, both Lowe and Butryn set up a central focus on the effects of why dieting the correct way will help an individual lose weight. Furthermore, both Loew and Butryn indicate that there are several types of dieting: “dieting programs that are researched at university clinics, commercial dieting programs, and self-guided dieting” (Buytrn, Lowe pg. 185). However, they state “individuals who seek treatment from university-based clinics have more psychiatric problems and a longer history of unsuccessful dieting (Buytrn, Lowe pg. 185). The importance of this is that although there are several dieting techniques and methods, it does not necessarily mean that they are all beneficial. On the contrary, regardless of the weight-loss method, effect dieters eat low-fat, low-calorie diets, and engage in high levels of physical activity. Moreover, The National Weight Control Registry has stated “of over 5,000 individuals who have lost approximately 66 pounds and maintained that lost for approximately five years” (Butryn, Lowe pg. 186). As a result, both dietary writers provoke and inform readers that although there are several dieting methods, one must always maintain a low intake on calories and fats as well as maintaining a scheduled physical activity. Moreover, dietary food writing is depicted as a proposal to explain and induce readers to diet correctly. Additionally, Butryn’s and Lowe’s writing, inform readers that the physical effects of maintaining a diet correctly will retain a weight loss. They state “weight loss tends to produce changes in bodily functions that encourage weight regain” (Butrym, Lowe pg. 186). Informing readers that although the initial weight is lost, a correct diet continues after the
DESCRIPTION: The 95 Thesis was Martin Luther's response to the indulgences.
WHERE: The door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg
DATE: May 25, 1521
DESCRIPTION: The Edict of Worms was a decree issued by The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V banning the writings of Martin Luther and labeling him a heretic and enemy of the state. The Edict was the culmination of an ongoing struggle between…
the family was to ban alcohol.
5. The first women's rights convention was held at Seneca Falls, NY. They asserted that all men, and
women were created equal.
6. Many "utopia experiments" began. The overall mission was to perfect society and create true equality.
Most simply failed and none of them succeeded in the ways envisioned.
“Need to Know”
1. Charles Finney
2. Joseph Smith
3. Brigham Young
4. Horace Mann
5. Second Great Awakening
6. American Temperance Society
7. Neal S. Dow
community is the Amish people and this is a Community Assessment and Analysis of a specific Amish Community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. We will identify some of the assumptions that we have regarding the Amish, and decide if those assumptions are true or unwarranted. We will describe the social interactions, common interests and goals of this community. The political and economical trends of this community will help to identify the Amish Community of Lancaster as a place. We will also use the…
Assessment 1.1: understanding dementia
1. Explain what is meant by the term ‘dementia’.
Dementia is a term used to describe a collection of signs and symptoms that happen to the brain when it is affected by the progression of certain diseases such as vascular dementia (when brain cells die due to lack of oxygen) and Alzheimer’s disease (a specific brain disease). Some of the affects these diseases have are on a person’s memory, language and communication abilities, behaviour and ability to make…
Not a separate “legal” entity
No difference between business and entrepreneur
But it is a separate “accounting” entity.
For tax purposes
Total Liability for unpaid debts or torts
Unlimited liability does not need writing
Organization selling to franchisee the right to use name for business
Can only sell products that are authorized by franchisor
Protections for franchisees (state and federal law)
Common Contract terms
microsoft word and powerpointPsychosis means abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a "loss of contact with reality". People suffering from psychosis are said to be ''psychotic.''
People experiencing psychosis may report hallucinations or delusional beliefs, and may exhibit personality changes and thought disorder. Depending on its severity, this may be accompanied by unusual or bizarre behavior, as well as difficulty with…
was relentless with his research until he was satisfied with the end results. On the other hand, Michael Servetus was the first doctor ever to challenge and scientifically argue against the theories of Galen, which predominated for 14 centuries in medical schools worldwide.4 Even though he was relatively correct in scientific terms, Servetus was punished because of his boldness in challenging Galen's theories and was condemned to death by the Holy Inquisition.5
Yet, by publicly challenging Galen's…
During the Program We Will Ask One Thing Of You...
GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE at every possible opportunity. Remember, if the
easy things worked we would all have the body of our dreams!
Ok, letʼs get one thing absolutely clear before we get started. You CANNOT out-train a
bad diet. What you put into your mouth, accounts for around 70% of how much fat youʼll
lose, the exercises will just speed the whole fat loss process up and make sure it is fat
After 9 years training…
like a Social Psychologists:
• Participate in classroom activities that require you to use the scientific process and the results from
research studies in your understanding and discussion of “real world” applications and events.
• Complete critical writing assignments that put you in the shoes of a Social Psychologist and
challenge you to engage in the process of scientific thought and practice.
• Develop a scholarly analysis paper that integrates your progressive learning of the scientific process…
[EIGHT] WHAT INSPIRES THEM: SCIENCE FICTION’S IMPACT ON SCIENCE REALITY
You can never tell when you make up something what will happen with it. You never know whether or not it will come true.
The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame appropriately stands in the shadow of Seattle’s futuristic landmark, the Space Needle. Set in a multicolored, globular Frank Gehry-designed building that looks like a cut-up guitar (a “ridiculous . . . monstrosity of postmodern architecture” is…