What Makes A Celebrity? Essay

740 Words Nov 29th, 2016 3 Pages
A celebrity is usually featured with a great summer body and eating the most expensive food that a working class person could only afford approximately once a month. Now when we look at the working class and their body features you could realize that they are drained of energy, eating at a closest McDonald’s and working over hours to meet their financial needs. Obviously this is nothing compared to that of a celebrity. I believe it is extremely disappointing to see that with money determines one’s health. However, if a person has no money they have to struggle to have an over weight body or sacrifice their food in order to put some food on the table for their families. In this country the amount of “people going hungry has grown dramatically in the U.S., increasing to 48 million by 2012” (pg.382) we have an over whelming excess misuse of food and probably more fast-food restaurants than people alone. Throughout the years, we have seen the price of grocery items increase drastically but the pay wage stay the same. Although, help is given to those in need but when reality hits about trying to maintain a family of four or more the truth of not being able to serve a real nutrious meal affects not only the parents but the children as well. We see that many different countries struggle to even get a glass of water but here in the United States one of the major factors that it struggle with is a person being over weight. In the article The New Face of Hunger by Tracie…

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