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Online resources available through the ODU Library web site are limited to currently registered students, staff, and faculty of Old Dominion University due to licensing restrictions. All resources have usage guidelines and restrictions. Consumer Culture Theory (CCT): Twenty Years of Research. Chew on this: Everything You Don't Want to Know about Fast Food - Eric Schlosser, Charles Wilson - Google Books.
Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal - Eric Schlosser - Google Books. The Relationship between Obesity and the Prevalence of Fast Food Restaurants: State-Level Analysis. Purpose.
Obesity accounts for approximately 300,000 deaths a year in the United States, and prevalence rates have been increasing over the past decade. The nutrition environment may be contributing to this epidemic. This study examined the relationship between fast food restaurants and obesity on a state-wide basis. Fast food for family meals: relationships with parent and adolescent food intake, home food availability and weight status. Crossref Citations This article has been cited by the following publications.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Rapid increases in the prevalence of obesity in the US over the last 20 to 30 years have been well documented and their causes much discussed [1, 2, 3, 4].
Because of the speed of the change, it has been argued that the cause is more likely to be environmental change, broadly conceptualized to include physical and social factors, than to biological change. Exploration of data on environmental trends has identified a variety of potential environmental contributors. One trend that has attracted particular attention in both the scientific and lay press is the dramatic increase in eating away from home, and particularly at "fast food" outlets. The scientific case for "fast food" restaurants as a causal factor in obesity is based on several observations. First, time trends in eating away from home roughly parallel the national time trends in obesity prevalence [5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10].
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Click here to view the full text on ScienceDirect. Figure 1 Number of days per week that fast food was consumed in each racial/ethnic group at Wave II and Wave III (M ± SEM). At Wave II, “Other” racial/ethnic group reported significantly less consumption than whites (p < .05). Fast food consumption significantly increased from Wave II to Wave III in whites, African Americans, and Hispanics (p < .0001). Lancet - Export Citations. International Journal of Obesity - Abstract of article: Fast food: unfriendly and unhealthy. What Fast Food Does to Your Body. By Grant Stoddard Fast food.
It’s cheap, convenient and marketed to us when we’re young, in the hope that we’ll be consumers for life. For many companies, that strategy has paid off. But there’s a wrinkle in that math. If we eat too much of this stuff, that frequent consumer’s lifespan could be a lot shorter than if he’d eaten more food unassociated with clowns, colonels, kings and freckle-faced girls with red pigtails.
See, in many cases, fast food is highly processed and contains large amounts of carbohydrates, added sugar, unhealthy fats and sodium. If you switch from a balanced diet of whole foods to one of fast food, the most obvious difference you’d register would be the enormous uptick in (largely empty) calories you’d consume per meal. …nutritionally speaking.
Corporate Accountability International. Tired of McDonald's marketing its junk food to our kids?
Call on CEO Don Thompson to end the fast food giant's predatory marketing for good. Fast food is a driving force behind the global epidemic of diet-related diseases, setting our kids up for a lifetime of health problems. Fast food restaurant use among adolescents: associations with nutrient intake, food choices and behavioral and psychosocial variables. Fast foods, energy density and obesity: a possible mechanistic link - Prentice - 2003 - Obesity Reviews.
Fast foods are frequently linked to the epidemic of obesity, but there has been very little scientific appraisal of a possible causal role.
Here we review a series of studies demonstrating that the energy density of foods is a key determinant of energy intake. Fast Food s Effect on the Body Medical Course. The Effects Of Fast Food On The Body: Eating A Big Mac May Increase Blood Sugar Levels, Hunger Pangs. These are the health effects just an hour after eating a Big Mac, from increasing blood sugar levels to hunger pangs. Fast Food Menu Price We all know what happens to our bodies when we drink a can of coke, or mix alcohol and energy drinks.
Now, a new infographic from Fast Food Menu Price, reveals the significant toll a McDonald’s Big Mac can have on our bodies just an hour after eating it. The 7.5-ounce iconic burger consists of 540 calories, 240 of which are fat. According to the infographic, the burger can cause a spike in our blood sugar levels while increasing the likelihood of compulsive eating after just 10 to 20 minutes. The sodium levels in a Big Mac (970 milligrams) are also a cause for concern, since the amount in one Big Mac is 42 percent of the daily recommended salt limit. If you are hydrated, then there’s another reason you might crave seconds 40 minutes after eating a Big Mac.
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