Do Youu Blame Fast Food Advertising For The Increase In Obesity In Children.?
i’m Doin An Essay On Fast Food Advertising To Children And Would Like To Hear Your Thoughts On It. Do You Think It Is the Reason For An increase In Obesity..? What Do You Think About Online Fast Food Advertising? Please Answer (: Thanks x
Advertising is nothing without the purchasing power of those being solicited. It is possible to watch a commercial and NOT buy what they’re selling.
Nobody is to blame for obesity in children but the parents of those obese kids. No offense to parents because some actually do the right thing by their kids, but children don’t come with fast-food money and typically cannot buy that stuff for themselves. If parents would simply stop taking the easy road by stopping at the drive-thru for a quick fix, then kids would not be facing the weight challenges that they are today.
I understand that we are all busy and work long hours, etc., but nothing, and I do mean NOTHING, should come before the health and well-being of your kids. I wish there was a way I could drive that message into some parents’ heads. If you know that something is not good for you (and by now we all know that fast food is crap) then why in the world would you still be eating it or feeding it to your babies??
And then the government and the fast food giants make it easier every day for people to kill themselves by making the portions larger and cheaper and the only reason it’s so cheap is because the ingredients are cheap and manufactured.
Sorry for rambling but it really burns me because I see these kids who are three and four times the size they should be and they’re having trouble walking and breathing and my heart just bleeds for them.
NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis – Obesity
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Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Graphic – Diet
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Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Graphic – Gros Et Zen
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Developing Quality Programs for Children [VHS]
A partial list of topics covered: Why offer programs for kids? Choosing the programs, Pricing the Product, Conducting the Programs, Marketing the Programs, Considering sample Programs.
Frank Napolitano. Running time: 45 minutes….
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Super Size Me
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock makes himself a test subject in this documentary about the commercial food industry. After eating a diet of McDonald’s fast food three times a day for a month straight Spurlock proves the physical and mental effects of consuming fast food. Spurlock also provides a look at the food culture in America through it’s schools corporations and politics. “Super Size M…
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