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Artificial Flavoring

What are you really eating? Think about that as you watch.
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Niaz Namdar

on 14 April 2015

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Artificial Flavoring
and Junk Food
Artificial Flavoring
and Junk Food
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Question One
What are the main details concerning Artificial Flavoring and Junk Food?
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Junk Food
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What is junk food?
Junk Food
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Junk food is typically defined as food with high calories, fats, caffeine, and / or sugar.
Here are some examples of junk food:
Soda
Cereal
Junk Food
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Works Cited
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Fleck, Alissa. "How Junk Food Affects Children." SF Gate. http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/junk-food-affects-children-5985.html
Junk Food
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Ipatenco, Sara. "What is the Maximum Amount of Sugar a Day for Children?" SF Gate. http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/maximum-amount-sugar-day-children-8982.html
Junk Food
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Junk Food
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Artificial Flavoring
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Artificial Flavoring
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Artificial Flavoring
Popular due to its taste, convenience, and price.
Andrews, David. "Natural Vs. Artificial Flavors." EWG's Food Scores. http://www.ewg.org/foodscores/content/natural-vs-artificial-flavors
"Flavor." Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flavor
Spector, Dina. "The Surprising Truth About How Many Chemicals Are in Everything We Eat." Business Insider. http://www.businessinsider.com/facts-about-natural-and-artificial-flavors-2014-1
Gritzel, Daniel. "What's the Deal with Natural and Artificial Flavors?" Serious Eats. http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/04/what-is-the-difference-between-natural-and-artificial-flavors.html
Magee, Elaine. "Junk-Food Facts." WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/diet/junk-food-facts?page=1
Moss, Michael. "The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food." The New York Times Magazine. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/magazine/the-extraordinary-science-of-junk-food.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1
Junk Food branches off to snacks and fast food.
Snack foods are packaged tummy-fillers.
Fast foods are convenient, usually cheap meals found almost everywhere.
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What is artificial flavoring?
Artificial Flavoring

Junk Food
Interesting Facts
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What happens if I eat junk food? Why shouldn't I?
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Flavor is the sensory impression of a food or other substance, such as a drink.
The two important senses: scent and taste.
While there are only five basic tastes– sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami (savory), there are countless smells and scents.
These smells manipulate how you taste things.
Smell factors to up to 80% of how we perceive flavor.
Artificial flavors are engineered in labs by flavorists.
They are made to mimic natural substances, but sometimes, they make new flavors up.
For example: Wrigley's Juicy Fruit gum.
Question Two
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How are people affected and influenced by the consumption of Artificial Flavoring and Junk food?
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Why you should stay away from junk food: Obesity.
Fast food consumption by children raises the risk of precursors for obesity and depression.
High-calorie food can be addictive, causing children who occasionally eat fast food to learn problematic patterns of eating.
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These are a few factors that promote overeating with junk food:
Low Fiber.
High Palatibility.
High Calories, Small Volume..
High Fats.
High Sugar (when in liquid form also).
Overeating= Unhealthy Weight Gain=Low Self Esteem=Depression
Junk food has raised the rate for diabetes, high blood pressure and stroke.
Obese children are more likely to develop high cholesterol and heart disease later in life.
If Americans continue to consume junk food at this rate, 1 in 3 american adults will have Diabetes by 2050.
There are over 50,000 fast food chains across the United States, and over 500,000 worldwide.
Diet has a significant effect on children's study habits.
Junk food and foods with high sugar deplete energy levels and the ability to focus.
Energy and focus is crucial for students.
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What's so bad about Artificial Flavors? It's just a bunch of harmless chemicals, right?
Children can be influenced to consume more junk food regularly due to television ads.
Question Three
How has the consumption and use of artificial flavoring and junk food changed over time?
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When did junk food begin, and how did it develop up until now, today?
What was 'vanilla' before it actually became vanilla? That's the true test.
Flavorists would have had to extracted or created vanillin before creating the vanilla.
White Castle began in 1921.
McDonald's opened in the 1960s.
The way fast food was prepared and sold has changed greatly.
Instead of being prepared right in front of you fresh, nowadays it is processed and packaged.
Chefs in the kitchen usually unfreeze the food.
Most of the time, the french fries will be freshly fried.
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So... How has Artificial Flavoring changed?
Works Cited
Gardner, Amanda. "Does Obesity Affect School Performance?" CNN. http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/14/health/obesity-affect-school-performance/
"Why Fiber is so Good for You." Benioff Children's Hospital. http://www.ucsfbenioffchildrens.org/education/why_fiber_is_so_good_for_you/
Wilson, V. Tracy. "How fast food works." How Stuff Works. http://www.science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/edible-innovations/fast-food4.htm
Weil, Andrew. "Avoid Artificial Flavors?" DrWeil. http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/id/QAA356721
Livea, Amanda. "5 Foods to NEVER Eat." http://www.introduce.trimdownclub.com/introduction.html?gclid=CKfM-Jns7sQCFYeEfgod-3wALQ&utm_expid=59518127-255.gyxFHoGPTG6NlaOCVhNlvw.0&utm
Soltanipoor, Mehrnoosh.
"Google." Google. http://www.google.com
QUESTION TIME!
THANKS FOR WATCHING!
Artificial flavoring was invented for the sole purpose of flavoring things cheaply.
Many companies lacked money when they started off to flavor their foods purely.
That's why artificial flavoring came around. It was convenient, cheap, and easy.
It evolved from a simple manipulation of natural flavor into a complex compound of thousands of chemicals.
Although it may not seem like it changed much since then, it did.
Back to artificial flavors, whats the difference between artificial and natural flavors?
Artificial flavors are made from scratch, whereas natural flavors are sourced from naturally-occuring things.
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Junk food is extreemely dangerous to the body.
40,000 deaths per year on average.
Marketers target because they're vulnerable.
It's not as dangerous as you might think.
It has been thoroughly tested before being distributed.
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