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Health Consequences of Eating Fast Food

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Jessica Dukes

on 8 September 2012

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By Jessica Dukes Health Consequences of Eating Fast Food Tip 1. Sodium Benzoate Preservatives 3. Ponceau 2. Sunset yellow & quinoline yellow A plain cheeseburger at McDonald's Buns 1. Calcium propionate 2. azodicarbonamide Cheese 1. Sorbic acid 2. Calcium disodium EDTA Fries 1. Sodium acid pyrophosphate Pickles 1. Potassium Sorbate Why Sodium can be Unhealthy 1st step Finished 2nd step Spark Last step Start Eating fast food meals over a long period of time Excess Sodium Increase in BP With lack of excercise, BP is greater Vision loss and/or heart attack Possibly death Reconfigure your hormones, making you want more, turning into an addiction Saturated and Trans fats The more you have, the harder it is for you to eat healthier 1. Addiction starts at a young age Trigger psycological changes that "cancel" the hormone telling you to stop eating 1st step Finished Spark Last step Start Hydrogenated Oil Fast food businesses use hydrogenated oil to fry french fries Oil contains trans fats. So, the fries contain even more fat Trans fat increases bad cholesterol, and the risk of heart disease and stroke Trans fats can lead to a lifetime of health problems Can lead to: Obesity Hypertension Type II Diabetes High cholesterol Heart Disease Cancer Fast food only contributed 1.9% of total fat calories
in 1965. In 1996, that number was 10.8% Lack of excercise Factors for Obesity Unused empty calories, turning into excess fat Stroke Sleep apnea Arthritis Southhapton University conducted a study in 2008 that eating certain preservatives make you have: Higher risk for hyperactivity Lack of impulse control A study in January 2004 conducted by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute followed adults for 15 years. Weight Gain Weight Gain Insulin Resistance Normal Compare +10 People eating fast food +2x/week People eating fast
food less than
1x/week 0 Greater Because the insulin resistance is high, this develops into type II diabetes http://healthfood-guide.com/fastfood.aspx Sources http://www.livestrong/com/article/383621-statistics-of-health-risks-from-eating-fast-food/ http://www.organicconsumers.org/foodsafety/fastfood032103.cfm http://www.livestrong.com/article/368845-health-effects-of-eating-fast-food/ http://www.ehow.com/list_7377545_sort-preservatives-mcdonalds-food_.html One Two Three Four Liver Issues Consumption of fast food Rapid build up of fat to liver Damage to liver Liver failure Combo of poor diet and excercise caused 310-580 thousand deaths per year Statistics Heart Disease in 2010: 36.9% in 2030: 40.5%
(predicted) Item Big Mac Large Fries Fudge Sundae Calories Fat Saturated Fat Cholesterol 30 g 25 g 5 g 560 520 330 10 g 5 g 6 g Sodium 80 mg 0 mg 25 mg 1010 mg 330 mg 170 mg Total: 1410 60 g 21 g 105 mg 1510 mg 2nd biggest killer next to smoking 60% population is obese Obesity can start at a young age. http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/DONOHUE/ http://youthservices.net Obesity can affect millions Average Daily Value http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&v+ritbAUh_7sY&NR=1 http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=vLTgTH3Kems Calories: 2,000 Fat(g): 56-78 Saturated Fat(g): 16 or less Cholesterol: > 200 mg Sodium: 2,300 mg http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/diet-fitness/information/how-many-grams-of-fat-can-i-eat-in-a-day.htm http://health.howstuffworks.com/diseases-conditions/cardiovascular/cholesterol/how-much-cholesterol-can-i-have.htm http://liver-problems-symptoms.com/ http://www.lowdensitylifestyle.com/obesity-the-health-issue-of-our-times/ http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/obesity http://www.cheap-glucofast.com/insulin-resistance.html
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