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  • The Importance Of Food And Unhealthy Food

    When everything a person needs can be so easy to obtain its hard to notice just how much quality is being put into the high quantity of product we are able to receive. This is especially true when it comes to the food that Americans eat. Although much of American society believe that they can trust food companies to sell them a quality product it can be nearly impossible for people to know what exactly is being given to them and whether or not it is actually good for them. This can be pointed out as a leading factor in the fight between people today and obesity. Unhealthy food is putting Americans at risk of obesity which can lead to even deadlier diseases. At first glance, the easy to make and affordable food may seem like the best option…

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  • Fast Food And Processed Foods

    “Fast food is popular because it’s convenient, it’s cheap, and it tastes good. But the real cost of eating fast food never appears on the menu.” --Eric Schlosser (director of Food Inc.). With the government subsidizing corn crops, almost all food that is processed in factories are becoming more cheap. Although some types of food are becoming more cheap these days, there are various health risks that come along with cheap prices. Processed foods are becoming more of an issue these days than…

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  • Importance Of Food In Vietnamese Food

    different cultural backgrounds eat different foods. It can determine by many things not the least is what is available for them to eat. For this reason, food can play as significant role to defining a country’s culture as the others cultures [1] Food can play an important role as well. It’s one of the symbols in each country. Symbolic foods that develop…

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  • Food Preservatives In Food

    Food is one of the most basic necessities humans require for survival. Humans consume a notable amount of food on a daily basis to keep the body active, to supply energy for everyday activities and to satisfy cravings, but does men know what are put in their food? Have you ever wondered how food stay on supermarket shelves for a very long period of time without getting rotten? The answer to that is food preservatives. Food preservatives are added to food for many reasons including the…

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  • The Importance Of Filipino Food And Food In The Philippines

    “Magandang umaga po sa inyong lahat” or in english, “Good morning to all of you.” Before we start, may I ask how many in here enjoys eating Filipino food? And from those hands raising, how many knows how to cook some Filipino food? (Insert to the audience) You may or may not be a Filipino but if you know and love eating Filipino foods especially using your bare hands to eat it, is close to being one of them because this is one of the Filipinos’ trademark for they are known to be food lovers. I…

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  • The Importance Of Healthy Food And Unhealthy Food?

    it simply, good food means good mood. If you have good mood, you can participate in class, can answer the questions correctly, and will have a better academic performance. Healthy foods affect our body in a good way while unhealthy foods affect us in a different way. It affects our body both physically…

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  • American Food Vs Fast Food

    Is cooking really better overall than fast food? I would like to think so. So why don’t all Americans cook instead of going out? Maybe it’s the convenience, or the taste, or just the lack of knowing the benefits of a home cooked meal. Maybe it’s the pricing? Maybe a McDouble really more than a head of lettuce, I think it’s an overall lack of knowledge. Many Americans suffer from a multitude of health issues due to poor choices. One of which is poor diet. In order to fix the problem it needs to…

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  • Food In The 1600s

    himself and felt the same buzzing feeling. Food is different in ways including the preparation, flavor, and storage from the 1600s to the 2000s. In the 1600s, everything eaten was freshly picked and made. Any meat they had was shot and skinned from the men in the house. All dairy products came from the cows on the farm. Vegetables, crops, and fruits were made in the lands of farmers. Now, in the 2000s, almost everything we eat is from a store where it is packaged and processed. Fast food…

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  • Food In Multiculturalism

    individual, MS, interacted with food in her childhood, her home, her community, her eating habits/practices, and how she felt about different aspects of food within multiculturalism. Thus, the purpose of this interview is to explore her relationship (consumption of, emotions towards, access to, and experiences) with food. MS was chosen partially out of convenience and accessibility but also because she represented aspects of the largest demographic in the neighborhood. As a white, university…

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  • Food Pyramids

    A family sits down for a meal, in front of them are all the items on the food pyramid such as dairy and fresh fruits and vegetables, would the meal be the same if the family only had $50 a week to spend on groceries? The answer to this question which so many American families are forced to answer is no. This is partly do to the minimum wage being so low. With it hovering around $8.15 an hour and most people working around 40 hour work weeks that gives $326 for the week. This is excluding…

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