anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Is this good? 2. Can you help me write a conclusion?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The American economy has driven many United States residents to have a poor diet, leading our nation to be the 27th most obese country in the world, with over 66% of our population having a BMI over 25 (Swanson). According to the “The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” the highest rates of obesity and diabetes are shown in low income groups. Processed foods with added fat and sugar have been found to be more affordable than whole foods, lean meats, and organic fruits and veggies (Drewnowski, Darmon). Over the last 20 years food prices have more than doubled, despite the lack of inflation (Sivy). The link between low income groups and obesity has been observed to be related to energy density of food vs. its cost. It has been found that refined grains, sugars, and fatty foods have the lowest cost for their energy density. In addition, eating energy dense foods can lead to a lack of satiation thereby leading one to overeat thus leading them to gain weight (Drewnowski, Darmon). The inverse relationship between the energy density and energy cost of foods. It depicts high energy density foods like refined grains, sugars, and foods with added fat having the lowest cost for their energy density. Additionally they are convenient for busy families and, honestly, they taste good. This in combination with large portion sizes and the inability to satiate may be the reason that obesity rates in low income families are climbing. There are suggestions that low income families should simply buy healthier food, but considering on the opposite end of that inverse relationship lay things such as whole foods, lean meats, dairy, fruits, and vegetables, it seems like an ineffective suggestion. To resolve the issue at hand healthier foods should become more available for low income families. This can be achieved through “reform[ing] agricultural subsidies, redraw[ing] import tariffs, and reshap[ing] food assistance programs” (Drewnowski, Darmon). @AQ99
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are some edits that I've made :)
AQ99
  • AQ99
hmm....I'd give this 7/10. 9/10 with an ending. :P

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anonymous
  • anonymous
help me write an ending pls
AQ99
  • AQ99
Hmm...I dont know much atm, do you have an idea abt what you want the ending to consist of?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A restatement of the intro
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tbh I just am too braindead to paraphrase it
AQ99
  • AQ99
as am I D:
AQ99
  • AQ99
.-. America is both north and south, might wanna put north america so as not to offend anyone .-.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lol okay, my teacher is the only person other than you who will ever see this xD
AQ99
  • AQ99
In Conclusion, the [North] American monetary situation has lead to a sudden decline in its residents welfare, causing our nation to be the 27th most obese country in the world, with over 66% of our population having a BMI over 25 (Swanson).
AQ99
  • AQ99
I have no idea wtf I am writing .-.
AQ99
  • AQ99
I may actually be brain dead >.<
anonymous
  • anonymous
The North American economy has driven many United States residents to have a poor diet, leading our nation to be the 27th most obese country in the world, with over 66% of our population having a BMI over 25 (Swanson). According to the “The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” the highest rates of obesity and diabetes are shown in low income groups. Processed foods with added fat and sugar have been found to be more affordable than whole foods, lean meats, and organic fruits and veggies (Drewnowski, Darmon). Over the last 20 years food prices have more than doubled, despite the lack of inflation (Sivy). The link between low income groups and obesity has been observed to be related to energy density of food vs. its cost. It has been found that refined grains, sugars, and fatty foods have the lowest cost for their energy density. In addition, eating energy dense foods can lead to a lack of satiation thereby leading one to overeat thus leading them to gain weight (Drewnowski, Darmon). The inverse relationship between the energy density and energy cost of foods depicts high energy density foods like refined grains, sugars, and foods with added fat having the lowest cost for their energy density. Additionally they are convenient for busy families and, honestly, they taste good. This in combination with large portion sizes and the inability to satiate may be the reason that obesity rates in low income families are climbing. There are suggestions that low income families should simply buy healthier food, but considering on the opposite end of that inverse relationship lay things such as whole foods, lean meats, dairy, fruits, and vegetables, it seems like an ineffective suggestion. To resolve the issue, at hand healthier foods should become more available for low income families. This can be achieved through educating people about nutrition, “reform[ing] agricultural subsidies, redraw[ing] import tariffs, and reshap[ing] food assistance programs” (Drewnowski, Darmon). Due to the ailing North American economy the United States population is suffering from a rise in obesity and related health problems. This is illustrated by the inverse relationship between food energy and energy cost. High energy density foods tend to have a lower cost but leave their consumers dissatisfied, leading them to eat large portion sizes and, as a result, gain weight. Unless we take steps as a society to solve this problem, results could be devastating. Bueno?
AQ99
  • AQ99
muy bueno, mejor que jo >.<
anonymous
  • anonymous
Gracias amor
AQ99
  • AQ99
Np, estas muy buenota c;

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