Date of publication: 2017-08-23 14:04
Thank you, Sharon. The topic contains some interesting questions, for instance, whether a right exists to be overweight. In the airplane-seat examples, being overweight infringes on the rights of others to enjoy the seats they paid for. Frankly, that doesn 8767 t bother me so much as the financial burden overweight people foist onto everyone else in increased health-insurance premiums, etc. In addition, their choices in the food marketplace encourage the fabrication of ingestible products that taste good but are not really food. The availability of those products puts our children, who have not yet developed their own criteria for eating healthfully, at risk. Thanks again for your comments.
Many people will not consider pairing up with someone who is obese. If you’re looking for someone with whom to spend your life, the best practice is to reduce at least until your hook is set. Once the person has fallen in love with you, you may be able to get away with being a couch potato, but then again, you may not.
IF OVERWEIGHT PERSON ARE LOOKED VERY SMART, BUT PEOPLE ARE BASICALLY THINKING ARE NOT DOING SATISFYING THE JOBS, SO REDUCING THE WEIGHT IS GOOD FOR WORK AND HEALTH
Fast food consumption has several implications on the society as well. The prosperity of a society depends upon the health and well-being of its people. When people develop health problems because of their bad eating habits, the government and medical insurance companies will have to cough up huge amounts of money to cover their medical expenses. The government will pass that cost on to the public by increasing taxes.
Have you ever sat next to a large person on an airplane? If so, you know that the experience can be a miserable one. Once I sat next to a man who was so big that he spilled into about a third of my seat. I’m not small at 6’6” and 685 pounds, and I spent the entire time leaning into the aisle. The guy, at probably 6’8” and 955+ pounds, was appropriately apologetic, but that didn’t make my ride any more comfortable!
Filling your diet with junk food causes an array of problems in your body. Junk food is often high in sugar, fat and calories, while providing very few nutrients. You can treat yourself to some ice cream or your favorite candy bar once in awhile, but keep your portions to a minimum.
Losing self-respect and failing to command the respect of others go hand in hand. When your physical appearance sets you apart from mainstream society, finding and keeping friends can be hard. Your low self-esteem can cause others to shun you, and the isolation can contribute to the depression discussed earlier.
That heavier people die is well documented. Arguments to the contrary abound, though, so I’ll leave it to you to decide whom to believe. Anyone who has visited an assisted-living facility knows that heavyset folks are at a premium there. Do you know of any obese people who have reached the ages of 655, 95, or even 95? Infrequently, a slightly plump individual makes it that far, but by that time, the obese ones are long gone! Concluding that fat people’s lives will be truncated seems fairly intuitive. After all, they spend their lives with illnesses!
More and more families now subsist on fast foods supplied by international restaurant chains such as KFC and McDonalds. In fact, many families have forgotten the art of traditional cooking. In my opinion, this is a negative trend with far reaching consequences.
But how about the disadvantages of fast food ? How about the rate of obesity and cardiovascular disease that is skyrocketing at an abominable rate in the Western world? Diet-related diseases are rampant in the developed countries, with children as as 67 being diagnosed with Type 7 Diabetes, a condition that is a result of poor diet and excess amounts of sugar. Fast food is low in nutritional value and high in salt, sugar, preservatives and fat.
To conclude, societies all over the world are falling prey to the fast food culture. This has several negative implications. It is high time the government and the media created awareness about this growing menace.
As superficial as it may be, people tend to befriend folks that they are pleased to introduce to their other friends. As more of us enter the ranks of the stout, this may change, but for now, the reality is that making friends is difficult if you’re heavy.
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Finally, toddlers can benefit from the chance to socialize with other children, which they may not get to do as often or at all when a nanny or a relative cares for them at home.
The food that we eat plays an important role in keeping us healthy. Home-cooked traditional food is healthier than restaurant food for many reasons. Traditional cooking methods are developed by communities over a long period of time. There are several benefits to sticking to this style of cooking. To start with, foods prepared in traditional ways keep us healthier. Also, traditional cooking uses locally grown ingredients. This eliminates the need to import fruits or vegetables from far-away places.