Obesity In Today's Society Essay

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Obesity in today’s society

Obesity is a tremendous problem that has escalated affecting countless of individuals worldwide. Studies have proved copious people are either overweight or obese in all ages and genders. Since individuals have been classified in these conditions, they have contracted many and later on will develop a life threatening health conditions if they continue living in this lifestyle.Such as, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease,cancer, and many other conditions that can impair their health. I believe that much of the reasons why many individuals have been diagnosed with these conditions because many of them lack exercise. You have to burn off what you consume and that is something we fail to do. Whatever excess sugars and calories are left in the body, without exercising the body will it and it turns into weight. I honestly don 't blame many big fast food industries for the result of individuals gaining weight. Much of it is our fault because we fail
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He couldn’t consume anything that was not a McDonald’s product. During this journey, all he did was eat McDonald’s, and he did not exercise. He made a goal for himself where he had to eat at least one thing off the menu.Over the first couple of weeks eating the popular fast food, he started becoming sad, out of breath, and very fatigue. Throughout this journey, Morgan didn’t exercise, but made many discoveries. McDonald’s is one of the world’s known fast food restaurant and has many establishments all over the world. Americans don’t have to travel far to get to any fast food restaurant, including McDonald’s. Throughout the film I noticed that Morgan drank a lot of soda and ate more than one sandwich and had a desert. At the end of Morgan’s consumption of a high fat diet, he gained 24.5 pounds, and also showed some signs of a fatty

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