In the movie “Super-size me,” Morgan Spurlock conducts an unscientific experiment using himself eating McDonald’s for thirty days, three meals a day. In thirty days he tries to eat at least every single menu item. Also before he starts he experiment he has been tested by three doctors, a general practitioner, cardiologist and a gastroenterologist. His general health is outstanding. Besides eating at the fact food he also does some exercise daily. In thirty days he cannot eat anything which does not
I didn’t understand why until I got older. Fast food is one of leading causes of obesity and is very prevalent in America. Most people don’t even think twice about what their eating until recently. Eric Schlosser is an investigative journalist who brought to light the horrors of fast food in his book “Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal.” Many Americans love fast food and it has become an everyday staple, but the term “fast food nation” is taking it a little far because society
produced his second film, Super Size Me which won recognition in the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. After the great success of the gastronomy-related documentary he continued on gaining more esteem through other films such as The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Mansome. The same year his McDonald-diet based documentary was released he founded his production company Warrior Poets which branched out to distributing and producing for other specialties such as the T.V series I Hart Food (2017) and concert film
McDonald’s Fast Food Animals and humans need to consume food in order to survive. In this modern and industrialized world, people would love to have food that’s quick, cheap, and convenient. Those types of food are produced by fast food chains, for example, Jack in the Box, Burger King, Wendy’s, and McDonald’s. With people wanting so much of these cheap and convenient foods, these food chains compete and create advertisements in order to be successful and to entice more customers to buy their food. Fast
power of control is taking over Americans by drawing them to the familiarity of fast food products and their brands by keeping it quick and cheap. In order to prevent the fast food industry from taking over what we eat, we need to be educated on how to change and how to stop it from completely destroying our bodies. Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser explains to readers the power of control and how it is effecting the food we are putting in our bodies. He can tell how oblivious Americans are when it
I did until it was all in my tiny house. “That was the last box, Mum." I called hoping she heard me as I couldn’t be bothered to shout louder. She was somewhere in this house. Probably taking it upon herself to start unpacking my boxes. This was my new start. My new beginning. Lost in thought of how this new adventure is going to pan out, my mum had stepped back into the room. She was staring at me with a content smile. "I'm so proud of you, darling."