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Meals On Wheels - This past summer, I acquired an internship at Baldwin and Lyons, an insurance company in Indianapolis. Every Wednesday during my internship, a couple of employees and I would participate in a prodigious community service project, Meals on Wheels. Throughout the three months that I worked at Baldwin and Lyons, I got acquainted with some of the individuals whom we delivered to. These inspiring individuals were so grateful and appreciative that we took time out of our day to volunteer to do such a service....   [tags: Service Project, Christian Lifestyle]
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The Traditional Meals with Families - Humans are the only species on Earth to grasp the understanding of cooking food. Cooking has played a key role in human evolution. Once humans learned this vital skill it allowed them to advance in other important areas rather than spending all their time searching for food in order to survive. In addition, it also provided opportunity for humans to establish a connection with one another while gathering to consume their cooked meals. Today's society has no doubt seen a decrease in traditional meals cooked from scratch; however, people are meant to change....   [tags: skill, connection, culture, home] 689 words
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Combatting Senior Hunger: Meals on Wheels - Relationship Of Nutrition And Health In recent years, there has been research involving the causes and consequences of poor nutrition among the elderly. Researchers continually work to distinguish risk factors of inadequate nutrition; the factors of most concern are “poor appetite, functional limitations, limited income, and social isolation” (Lirette, Podovennikoff, Wismer, Tondu, Klatt, 2007). Individuals at highest risk are those who live at home with a lack of family support (Krondl, Coleman, Lau, 2008)....   [tags: Health Care ]
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Healthy School Meals - Comparing Two Texts The two texts that I am going to compare are The Times broadsheet article and The Guardians blog post both based on the topic of healthy school meals. These two texts have similar targeted audiences to some extent, like for example both are generally targeting parents who are concerned for their child(ren)’s education and health both of which are affected by school meals. Also, the audiences are expected to be an educated people who can understand complicated texts like the Times newspaper....   [tags: Article Comparison] 916 words
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Healthy Foods, Value Meals and Obesity - Value meals vs. Regular menu We are all a part of highly evolved society where food is now apart of everything. Food & restaurants are involved in everything in our lives in any case. It is all about the problems with scarcity and the way we allocate the resources and the way we utilize things in order to optimize the returns. The aim is profit maximization and cost minimization. The customer is probably the most complicated piece of the puzzle in the world of restaurants and fast foods. They want preferential treatment and when they do not get the human element in the deal they simply walk out....   [tags: Policies, Health Issues]
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Children, School Meals, and Nutritious Food - Imagine that you are a gardener, and you want your sapling to grow into a big tree. You need to put efforts into it by providing sufficient nutrients and water on a regular basis. This is the same theory that applies to children in our nation. The school meal nutrition issue has caught the eye of the government, and it is well discussed in the nation. Although many people debate if the government should involve in the school lunch issues, the government has already made some regulations on the nutrition of public school meals and it should consider educating children about healthy diets as well....   [tags: Eating Habits, Vending Machines]
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Beating Diabetes with Mediterranean-Style Meals - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the country. Diabetes affects more than 25 million US residents and is strongly linked to stroke, heart disease, kidney failure, and blindness. The number of people who have blood sugar levels that are borderline diabetic or prediabetic is increasing, and it is estimated that around 80 million adults are at risk for becoming diabetic. Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease that is characterized by having high blood sugar levels....   [tags: health, disease, diet]
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Pros and Cons of Fast Food and Home Cooked Meals - After a tough game, all a player desires is food, and preferably, fast food. An athlete does not want to wait two hours after playing to get home to eat. Food gives people energy and restores an athlete of his or her lost nutrients. Although athletes generally have a higher metabolism than most others, too much fast food overtime can be harmful to anyone’s body. Avoiding fast food is not always possible, so portioning meals can be helpful when fast food is the only option. This paper will not only discuss the pros and cons of eating fast food, but also the pros and cons of a home cooked meal and might even change a person’s mind....   [tags: health, fast food]
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Restaurant Food vs. Home-Cooked Meals - ... They have the choice of adding whatever they want without having to pay extra. Home-cooked meals are typically cheaper as well. According to the Economists, “the average price of a Big Mac in America in July 2013 was $4.46.” The “Ultimate Homemade Burger” costs $3.76 per severing. The price difference is only $0.70, but when this price is multiplied by how many burgers are eaten on average per year (According to the Huffington Post, “Americans eat nearly 50 billion burgers a year, which translates to three burgers a week for every single person in the United States.”) the savings can be a lot....   [tags: healthier, nutrtious, cheap, dependable] 977 words
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Sharing Meals With Arabs - Sharing Meals With Arabs Arabs enjoy inviting guests to their homes for meals; you could be a guest at meals any time. Meals provide the host and hostess with a perfect opportunity to display their generosity and demonstrate their personal regard for you. Arabs usually invite guests through an oral invitation and by sending a written invitation. If you plan to visit a family in Bethlehem, for example, you must know the time of the invitation and how to act during and after the meal. Most of the Arab families have specific times for lunch and dinner, so it is very important to be on time....   [tags: Essays Papers] 772 words
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Processed Food Should or Should not Be Banned from School Meals? - Processed food should be banned from school meals due to increasing health issues in children, increasing academic deficiency and increasing production cost to produce processed foods. There are people who would oppose to this idea due to population growth and an increasing food demand. However, this escalating demand of food is forcing the food industry and other government agencies to resolve the current hunger and lack of resources issues, by hiring processing factories and private companies to manufacture processed foods....   [tags: Nutrition ]
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The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan - The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan, was a great read. I came into the adventure without much background regarding what kind of book it was going to be, and to my astonishment it was more of an educational journey than pages of force-fed beliefs. Michael Pollan has a writing style that is both loose and intriguing and really kept my attention throughout. Having already read extensively concerning human nutrition and food, I am usually skeptical when beginning such reads as this one, but I was very surprised that Mr....   [tags: nutrition and foods, dietary goals]
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Obesity: How Can We Balance Our Diet? - Introduction At present, obesity has become a real problem in our community. It has expanded significantly. This made me interested in the reasons of this phenomenon. In my university, many women and men suffer from obesity and they ask “How can we balance our diet?’’ This report is important for them to organize their life by knowing the amounts of food that they must eat. However, I chose this topic because there are a lot of information on the internet and I was really interested on results. The purpose of this report is to find out the types of food that must university students eat every day and how can they keep their weights stable....   [tags: obesity, meals, weight] 661 words
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Healthy vs. Fastfood in Is Junk Food Really Cheaper? by Mark Bittman - In “Is Junk Food Really Cheaper?” by Mark Bittman, argues to change people thinking on fast food because Bittman claims that healthy food is essentially cheaper than fast food. To help support Bittman’s claim he uses many different rhetorical strategies in his editorial. Bittman begins his article by giving the person who reads a few statistics about the price of fast food as of today at high quality restaurants like McDonalds. The title of the editorial correspondingly states a disagreement which he illustrates the illustration of ordering from McDonalds, where he then demonstrates that cooking ourselves is inexpensive....   [tags: home meals, addictive, habits]
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Parents´ Negligence Leads to Child Obesity - ... The food parents feed their children when they’re young, will affect them in the long run. Children and teen obesity is a reflection of their parents’ negligence, even though they might not realize it. Time is an issue with families, whether its work, school, or sports. Sometimes people go from activity to activity right after school. Between activities, there is usually not enough time to go home and cook a healthy meal, so they resort to fast food. Research by Helen Lawson (2013) showed that only one in six mothers cook a healthy meal every day, the others eat take out or fast food....   [tags: meals, nutrition, comericals, exercise] 862 words
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Personal Experience: My Dream Career as a Chef - ... This is a job where you work only with the food and prepare meals. The next step up is assistant chef. Your responsibilities as assistant chef are to work with the head chef to help prepare the menu. In this position, you must be experienced and know the staff members well. The assistant chef makes dishes that complement the chef’s entrees. The next step up is the sous chef. This chef is to make sure everything goes well when the executive chef isn’t present. This job requires knowing how to manage the staff and run the kitchen....   [tags: food, prepare meals, education] 950 words
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Masbia: The Restaurant Without Cash Registers - ... Masbia gets government funding of only 10% of their yearly budget. Their budget is, approximately two million dollars. The big question always asked is, where do they get these necessary funds from. Josephs says the answer she got was “miracles!” Masbia have seen time and time again that they do not know where their funding will come from until it arrives in the time they need it. A couple of years ago, they had a payroll due the next day and they did not have funds in the bank to cover it....   [tags: Alexander Rappaport, meals, funds] 532 words
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Consumption And Expenditure Patterns On Daily Meals Of Students Who Are Residing In Dormitories - CONSUMPTION AND EXPENDITURE PATTERNS ON DAILY MEALS OF STUDENTS WHO ARE RESIDING IN DORMITORIES I. INTRODUCTION A. Significance of the study According to John Maynard Keynes, the discussion of consumption and expenditure are important to economics, environmentalism, geographical analysis, and many other fields. In this study, analyzing the food consumption and expenditure patterns of students away from home can be used for future implementation of university policies that would offer financial and other assistances for the students....   [tags: Economics Business Study] 1991 words
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Pay It Forward: A Positive or Negative Impact on Society? - ... The movie had affected us deeply, and personally, the movie caused me to bawl my eyes out. I shuffled out of class that day with an altered perspective; I wanted to change the world one step at a time. My group and I settled on the idea of fabricating slips of paper with the words “pass it on” written on them, handing them out to strangers after each act of kindness fulfilled because we strongly believed that this was a simple way to get the significance of our good deeds across. It’s not a difficult task to make others feel appreciated and ponderous, which is the point we yearned to get across to the public....   [tags: struggles, assist, mutiple, acts, meals]
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Hard Working Athletes Deserve Pay - ... Cousin goes on to mention that they are also bigger costs no one mentions. For example, football practice begins in late July with two-a-days jam-packed in the first two weeks. Because of this inflexible schedule it is impossible for Cousins and his teammates to take courses during Michigan State's second summer session. Since he is not taking classes, his scholarship money does not kick in. Therefore, for the months of July and August, Cousins and his teammates are forced to come up with their rent, food money, and any other expenses....   [tags: ncaa, scholarship, free meals, gear] 1373 words
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The Significance of Family Meals in Faulkner’s Barn Burning, Shall Not Perish, and Two Soldiers - The Significance of Family Meals in Faulkner’s Barn Burning, Shall Not Perish, and Two Soldiers The meal, and more specifically the concept of the family meal, has traditional connotations of comfort and togetherness. As shown in three of Faulkner’s short stories in “The Country”, disruptions in the life of the family are often reinforced in the plot of the story by disruptions in the meal. In “Barn Burning”, Abner enters the house at dusk and “could smell the coffee from the room where they would presently eat the cold food remaining from the afternoon meal.” (14) A warm meal would indicate fulfillment and cohesiveness within the family....   [tags: Barn Burning Shall Not Perish Two Soldiers] 441 words
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The Difference between Nursing Homes and Retirement Homes - Old houses can also be referred to as nursing or retirement homes. It is based on the multi residence in which senior citizens of different sects may live. These facilities include meals and care from nurses usually. The types of old age houses are • Retirement houses • Nursing houses A retirement house is a housing complex designed for older adults who are generally able to care for themselves; however, activities and socialization opportunities are often provided. Additionally, there are different types of retirement communities older adults can choose from including, currently in Pakistan the fourth category stated below is in most given preference....   [tags: senor, citizens, meals, care, nurses, personnel] 873 words
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Having a Good Nutrition in School - While learning does not end when school is out, neither does the need for good nutrition (“Benefits”, n.d.). Good nutrition is very beneficial to children, especially school age children. Not only does it provide nutritional benefits to help with their growth process, it also enhances their learning process. Senate Bill 89 (SB 89), passed in the 83rd regular session, ensure that low income children acquire free meals in the summer when school is not in session. Although, SB 89 ensures nutritious meals for children in the summer, the bill does not go far enough....   [tags: nutritional meals, sb 89, nutrition educator]
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The Trouble with Omnivores Explained in Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma - What is an omnivore. An omnivore is a creature that consumes both plants and animals for nutrition. In Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma he explains just as the title suggests, the omnivore’s dilemma. In it he describes how omnivores, such as ourselves, came to eat the way we do now. After he discusses the basics of that, he proceeds to talk about Americans and how they eat. Pollan divides his writing into four main areas: introducing what the omnivore’s dilemma is, explaining how we decide what to eat, introducing our anxieties towards eating, and the problem with how Americans decide what to eat....   [tags: tastes, disgust, meals]
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World Hunger: How We Can Help Out - Before we can get to what we can do, we need to know what hunger really means. Alot of people think that hunger means that the person is “all skin and bones”, so to say, but thats not always true. Someone who is suffering from hunger could be a person who looks like you and I but is really wondering where they are getting their next meal. That person could be your neighbor, your co-worker, your classmate, or even one of your friends. You may never know if a person is suffering from hunger until either they start to beg you for help or they die from malnutrition....   [tags: nutrition, food, meals]
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Nutrition Mission and Heathy Living - There are a lot of things researchers have learned over the years in the terms of nutrition and what is considered a healthy food choice. Armed with the research, caregivers of children now know that eating a balanced meal is very important for the children that they watch. Although, Junk food is convenient and delicious, healthy food will help children focus in class, and the benefits of eating healthy greatly pay off in the future. Eating healthy can help children in many aspects of their life, but not eating right can cause problems in the future with their physical body as well as their learning mind....   [tags: Nutrition Research, Eating Balanced Meals, Diet]
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The Doubts of Eating Out - Sadie and her family always eat out. They never have time to sit together as a family and eat a home cooked meal. Since Sadie always grabbed fast food on the run, she was gaining weight fast. Additionally, buying food from restaurants almost every day was making Sadie’s wallet go empty. Also, since her family never made the time to eat together as a family, Sadie was weakening her relationship with her siblings and parents. They started talking less to each other about their lives and just kept to themselves....   [tags: unhealthy and expensive habits] 1180 words
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The National School Lunch Program - The National School Lunch Program is a federally funded meal program operating in over 100,000 public. It provides nutritionally balanced, low‐cost or free lunches to more than 31 million children each school day in 2012 based on the child's household income (USDA). The program is managed by the Food and Nutrition Service at the Federal level and by a State education agency at the state level. We will be looking at the statistics of the National Lunch Program for five local schools, and compare the number of students enrolled in the districts and the percentage that are receiving free or discounted meals at school....   [tags: federally funded meal programs]
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Supersize . . . The World - Apple slices are one of the healthiest meal choices served at fast-food restaurants today, but only upon request of the customer. Instead the customer is automatically supplied with greasy trans-fat filled French fries. (Tucker,Charlotte) If the fast-food companies would give the apple slices as the standard the America Public Health Association (APHA) pronounced (affa) says that meals would be much healthier. APHA is a research company solely dedicated to studying health factors of food and the health of the individual who consumes the product....   [tags: Health ]
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Legal Considerations of Catering Companies - INTRODUCTION In company, there are different lawful effects. Legal circumstances are distinct from other different company circumstances. In agreement, there are some lawful bindings and those are lawfully workable. So, before entering into any agreement, one must know the circumstances of the contract(DiMatteo, 1997). Again, providing companies are also different company from others. So, the nature and kinds of the providing companies must be learned by the individuals before engaging in the sector....   [tags: contract, management, proposal] 1488 words
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Nutrition for Lean Muscle - As important as it is to exercise, it may be even more important to watch what you eat. It is not so much of what you eat, but how much you eat, when you eat, and how often you eat. If you eat low in calorie snacks between meals, you will not be as hungry during normal meals, causing you to eat less then you would have without the snacks. Eating five or six smaller meals a day, rather than three large meals, is said to increase your metabolism. An increase in metabolism should help you burn calories when you are exercising....   [tags: Health Nutrition Pyramid Diet] 389 words
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India's Ready-To-Eat Food - Introduction India has made lot of progress in agriculture & food sectors since independence in terms of growth in output, yields and processing. It has gone through a green revolution, a white revolution, a yellow revolution and a blue revolution. Today, India is the largest producer of milk, fruits, cashew nuts, coconuts and tea in the world, the second largest producer of wheat, vegetables, sugar and fish and the third largest producer of tobacco and rice. Therefore, Indian Government is providing more infrastructures for this sector....   [tags: indian lifestyle, ready-to-eat food]
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The Benefits of the Family Dinner - “People say they don’t have time to cook, yet in the last few years we have found an extra two hours a day for the Internet.” After many studies being performed, family dinners, which were once a dying tradition, are beginning to return. (Time Magazine, 3) Family dinners have been proven to be very beneficial and help provide children with confidence and skills they need in their life. It is important for parents to encourage family dinners in their homes. When family dinners are frequently held in homes it will increase a child’s nutrition, education, communication and relationships, and their likeliness not to become implicated in drugs and alcohol....   [tags: Child Development, Nutrition, Education] 1861 words
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Restaurants: Avoiding Take out, A Summary - ...   Avoiding Take-Out Quick and Healthy Recipes for Busy People INTRODUCTION When it comes down to it, people just don’t have enough time in the day to take care of everything. They have to get up, get the kids off to school, get to work, and scurry home in rush hour traffic just to try to figure out what they will do for dinner. This can make you want to just drop in somewhere and get take-out, so that you don’t have to worry about dirtying up your kitchen to cook something. You think that it will save you time, and it will save you effort- so it’s worth it, right....   [tags: food, meal, breakfast, lunch] 1005 words
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The Typical Asian Diet - ... All Chinese food is considered to be East Asian food. In china there are three regional cuisines, which are cantorese, chaozho, and sphanghainese. Chaozho and Cantorese regions are known for their vegetable and meat recipes and Shandong areas use foods like noodles and dumplings as a guide for most of their meals. In Korea most of their meals are made up of a combination of meats and seafood’s. These meals include a side dish of vegetables which is called gimchi. Gimchi has vegetables in it that are grated up, and then they pickle the grated vegetables with garlic, ginger, and chili....   [tags: healthy cultural diets in the world]
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Comparisons of Different Famous Diets - Jenny Craig Diet: Characteristics The main premise of the Jenny Craig diet is that participants eat prepackaged, premeasured, and processed meals which are delivered to the participant’s home. Counselors are available in order to assist with long-term goals and teach participants to avoid emotional eating. There is some flexibility in allowing participants to eat out, or to enjoy the occasional snack as well ("health and wellness,"2014). Pros/advantages and Cons/disadvantages According to nutritionists who reviewed several top diets, as noted in the US News and World Report, the Jenny Craig diet is safe, nutritionally balanced, and convenient....   [tags: jenny craig, nutritionists]
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Gathering Around Whose Table? - Eating Out is Out But Dining In is In In society, today, there happens to be a very diverse spectrum of economic needs. Regardless of where one may stand financially everyone seems to have in common a great interest in working. Some are fortunate enough to have very high end jobs reserved for the elite yet work overtime as a means of dodging competition. Others may unfortunately be struggling with multiple jobs to barely keep their families afloat and feed. With these struggles nearly all of society can find themselves with an increased work load....   [tags: Sociology ]
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If We Are What We Eat, What Does This Count As? - References can possibly be made between the modern world of high school and the brutal wilderness of Africa. Walk into any high school, and even a college or two, cafeteria and the similarities are blatantly obvious. Here is where the watering hole can be seen: the very place where members of the tribe or pack congregate everyday to talk, eat, and determine the food chain. There are the lions, the seniors of the school, lounging lazily in the sun and reveling in their greatest accomplishment yet: gaining acceptance into college....   [tags: Food Health Schools ]
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Culture and Geography of the Republic of the Philippines - Over thousands of year’s people of various nations have become part of the Philippines and have added to its rich heritage. It is now one of the most highly populated countries in the world. The Republic of the Philippines is a democratic island nation made up of over 7,000 islands with over 80 million people. Geography and climate play a large part in how people live on the island. It is a country with an interesting cultural background. It is a culture influenced by many diverse ethnic groups, who have settled on the island and now call it home....   [tags: ethnic, family, climate] 2650 words
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Government, Schools, and Companies Must Fight Childhood Obesity - Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic in America. Many children in America, get two out of the three meals at school. As stated in the article, "School Meals Need to Get Healthier: Report" published in Healthday, “About 30.6 million school children participated in the school lunch program in 2007, and 10.1 million children had school breakfasts. In 2007, schools in the program served about 5.1 billion lunches and 1.7 billion breakfasts” (Healthday). This staggering number directly relates to the childhood obesity problem in America....   [tags: Obesity in Children]
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The McDonalds Empire - McDonalds is a successful restaurant. The McDonalds empire stretches around the entire world, making it one of the top restaurants. McDonald’s serves various items on their menu, and offer different toys to young children. The entire menu is affordable, and delicious. For example, McDonalds’s fast food restaurants provide affordable prices, delicious meals, and good advertisement. For this purpose, affordable prices promote dollar meal providing reasonably priced items for everyone. For example, the dollar menu allows many people to eat while staying on their budget range....   [tags: Advertising] 728 words
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University Food Service - University Food Service Have you ever felt ripped off at a restaurant, or realized that you paid way too much for a meal somewhere. Well, this is what many students feel on almost a daily basis. A large portion of students at State University are paying far too much for food service. This is especially true when you consider that many students are busy and end up missing meals that they have already had to pay for. Instead of having a ‘pre-paid, no miss’ policy lunch program, the university should adopt a ‘lunch card’ program, similar to those offered in elementary and secondary schools around the country....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays Policy Change] 1372 words
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The Ineffective Priory Food Program - Students have complained for years that the food at Priory was unhealthy and unappetizing. Even after the administration claimed that the school improved the meals, the quality worsened. Every day, a new concoction emerged from the Priory kitchen, only to disappoint hungry students and faculty. These concoctions included greasy pizza, Caesar wraps with a red sauce that seemed to have something swimming in it, and various types of Mexican food. Nonetheless, half of the students ran for the salad bar, not even bothering to look into the kitchen....   [tags: Nutrition ] 970 words
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Childhood Obesity and Fast Food - In recent years there has been a growing epidemic of obesity, especially in America. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey posted on the Center for Disease Control website there are 12.5 million children from ages 2 through 19 that are obese. Many people are starting to complain that the commercials and ads for these restaurants are the result of such an incline in obesity. Although there have been current ad campaigns aiming at children to live a healthy life style there are still hundreds of advertisements that are putting restaurants in a sort of ultimatum position....   [tags: Obesity in Children]
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Double Double, Health in Trouble - Fast food is becoming one of America’s favorite pastimes, but do its benefits really outweigh its hindrances. Today, the fast food industry is beginning to target children and teenagers, gaining more and more of their business. Unfortunately, the side effects of fast food are beginning to catch up with Americans. The strong appeal of fast food can lead to negative effects on adolescents’ physical appearances and mental health, but can be averted through healthier nutritional decisions. Today’s oversized appetites are the result of consumer manipulation....   [tags: Fast food, food poisoning, obesity] 961 words
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How to Lose Weight - Americans are more overweight today than ever before. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), more than one third of U.S. adults – over 72 million people, were obese in 2007-2008. This includes 32.2% of men and 35.5% of women (CDC 2). With the high rate of obesity in the United States, dieting and weight loss is on the minds of many Americans. In the text book, “Nutrition – an Applied Approach”, Thompson and Manore describe a healthful diet as one that offers a variety of foods, is balanced, and that also provides an appropriate amount of nutrients to maintain a healthy weight (39)....   [tags: Diet, Weight Loss, Instructional Essay]
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Advertising and Childhood Obesity - According to the Centers for Disease Control (2007), the rate of obesity among children between the ages of six and eleven in the United States has increased about five times compared with the rate in the 1970s (Yu 87). There are over nine million children in the U.S. today between the ages of six and eleven who are considered to be obese (Yu 87). The real question is what is the exact cause of obesity in children today. Some people believe there is a link between the advertising children see on TV and obesity....   [tags: Health, Diseases] 1501 words
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What is Clean Eating? - Do you know anyone that “eats clean”. Eating clean is basically staying away from processed foods, or foods with artificial ingredients or additives. Things people who eat clean are food items that are natural and organic. Eating clean also includes eating homemade foods cooked with natural ingredients. Even though some people argue eating clean can be difficult with the foods sold in stores today, eating clean has the benefits toward a healthy, natural lifestyle and keeping the body satisfied with the food being put in it....   [tags: additives, artificial ingredients, organic] 587 words
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From The National School Lunch Program to The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act - Introduction Will The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act recently signed into law on December 13, 2010 by President Barack Obama be able to deliver healthier meals in the schools nutrition programs or will the bill overwhelm struggling school districts with additional unfunded mandates. Schools confront difficult issues on a daily basis that affect the learning ability of their students: struggling economic conditions, students from poor families, increased food insecurity across the country, and constant pressures to increase student performance....   [tags: Educational Issues]
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