Analysis Of Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me

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The human obesity has drastically changed as the rate of the McDonald 's sales increased. The United States has now been announced to be the fattest nation in the world about 60 percent of all United State adults are obese and are not healthy. McDonalds is a global joint and a place that sales about 46 million meals a day. This has changed the world because McDonalds is making the people crave more fast food and causing them to be obese. Obesity is a national epidemic and has impacted the world greatly according to Morgan Spurlock’s documentary of “Super-Size Me.” He challenges himself to eat McDonalds for a full 30 days and wants to show people that McDonalds and other fast food restaurants is very harmful and can cause people to become obese. …show more content…
In a logical appeal, Morgan Spurlock shows the harm fast food restaurants have on people and on the community. As Morgan Spurlock filmed this documentary, Super-Size Me, he explains the effects fast food has on people and shows them what it can possibly do to a human body. On the first day he ordered a Double Quarter Pounder for lunch and he had to super-size it because the cashier asked him if he wanted to. Once receiving his meal he went to his vehicle and started to eat juicy, high calorie burger. A few bits later he became very ill and felt like he was going to vomit and he did because they massive burger was too much for him. On day 12 Morgan Spurlock weighed in and he gained ten pounds, not of muscle but of fat, but this did not break him from completing the challenge. Still fighting the challenge he started to …show more content…
During the 30 day challenge he consistently kept checking his blood pressure and it kept on rising and rising. The life of Morgan Spurlock was on the fence and the doctor’s suggested him to quit the challenge but he denied those suggestions and kept on moving forward He should people that the fast food places are not really so reliable and are not good places to go to eat on a daily basis. He compares the people who eat fast food many time and people who rarely eat fast food by showing a health graph and by questioning doctors and asking for their opinion. Society today does not know the difference between eating fast food every day and rarely eating fast food. Rarely eating fast food is healthy because people do not consume too much sugar, fat, and calories and it will caused their body to function properly and maintain their blood pressure to an average. It will also keep them in figure, not to skinny nor too obese. Eating fast food every day is crucial because people are unsettled for everything and might be at risk of death. The more fast food they consume, the more fat they’ll gain and years later they’ll be considered obese. Morgan Spurlock talks about this statistic because he wants to persuade people to not eat so much fattening food and to better the

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