The Importance Of Media In Social Media

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"Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun."(McDonald 's BigMac). Everyone knows America as the home of fattening foods and widespread obesity. In spite of our stereotypical outlook on America , obesity is not the only nutritional problem America faces. Correspondingly, due to social media and changes in public perception in a healthy image, America, also faces eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, and bulimia. At the same time social media is rapidly growing fast with many more sites exposing young minds to thought that your success is dependent on appearance. America’s media is to blame for the majority of eating disorders that are present within america. Thus America should censor media …show more content…
Without the proper nutrition many deficiencies develop, and when hospitalization could be required. For instance a person who lacks iodine would in result have issues with their thyroid gland, which regulates your metabolism. (Eagles) Likewise a person with an eating disorder could develop conditions such as diabetes, or osteoporosis. Diabetes caused by eating disorders can fall into two categories, diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus. In more detail, diabetes insipidus is a lack of specific hormones caused by the pituitary gland in the brain, and diabetes mellitus is when the pancreas fails to work properly and produce insulin. …show more content…
is in some ways a simple way of avoiding the pain of regular life. Every emotion, every struggle, is reduced to a war between you and food.” (Anonymous) Likewise fourteen year old Liz struggles with an eating disorder writing on her blog "An eating disorder... is in some ways a simple way of avoiding the pain of regular life. Every emotion, every struggle, is reduced to a war between you and food.”, Later her posts would be used in the same magazine that Marya Hornbacher was published in. (Anonymous) In addition the same magazine published the thoughts of yet another young girl recovering from an eating disorder "These sites don 't tell you that you 're going to die if you don 't get treatment. They don 't tell you your friends are going to die if they don 't get help." (Anonymous) Most of the younger people with eating disorders don’t even realize how harmful what they are doing is, many are too focused being what they view as

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