In Alex Rogers opinion piece, "Coca-Cola Launches Anti-Obesity Ad," from Time, the author discusses his point on how the Coco-Cola company is trying to advertise their own product with a positive scene of being healthy. The article was about how Coca-Cola is fighting to have less sugary drinks with their new campaign even though their drink is still sugary. Alex Rogers supports Coca-Cola's new proposition about the health and advertisement of their product.
In Mark Bittman’s opinion piece, “Stop Subsidizing Obesity,” from the New York Times, the author has a very strong opinion against SNAP (Supplement Nutrition Assistance Benefits) and how we are paying for low-quality, harmful calories. Feeding these people with this trash is detrimental to both funders and recipients.
For a while now I have been researching the topic I call, "Fat Food". This essentially has to do with the problem we know so well of obesity in America. And I am not talking about the generally overweight people who enjoy a cheeseburger or that second helping at Thanksgiving once in w while. Im talking about the dangerously overweight morbidly obese percentile of our population. This percentile is growing at such a rapid weight that it is becoming a hot topic in the health industry and an opportunity for a big profit revenue for those big business diet companies.
Recently, the Colorado and Washington state governments have legalized the recreational use of marijuana to adults over the age of 21. The most pending issue is the fact that federally, marijuana is still illegal. An article posted on the CNN internet page quoted Colorado Governor Hickenlooper saying "The voters have spoken and we have to respect their will. This is a complicated process, but we intend to follow through.
My goal in life is to become a personal trainer. There are a lot of things that I will have to learn to help others gain a level of fitness that is right for them. One trainer that has become very successful is Jillian Michaels. She has helped hundreds of people lose weight and start a healthier lifestyle. She has a website that you can go to where you can enter all of our information and it will give you workouts and tips that you can use to help you achieve your weight loss goals.
Since I was young, the importance of sleep has been preached in many different ways such as health and p.e. classes. Now, as a teenager, and especially as a high school athlete, I can certainly see why. However, I also see many people who perform just fine without it. 4a.m.My own father goes to sleep at around 11p.m., wakes up at 4a.m., and is a very successful businessman. My brother interned at Bank Of America this summer and said that many times the interns were forced to stay up until 1 or 2 in the morning and then wake up 4-5 hours later and get back to work.
Many people know someone who has had their appendix burst, or have even experienced it themselves. Approximately 7% of the population will experience Appendicitis, or inflammation of the appendix, which in acute cases is characterized by pain in the lower right quadrant of the abdomen, vomiting and a high fever, and can cause death if left unattended.
Jillian Michaels is a personal trainer. My topic is about fitness. She has been a trainer on the television show The Biggest Loser. She has helped many individuals gain health and add years to their lives. That is what i want to do with my life. My dream right now is to become a personal trainer and start my own gym. That is what i want to do more than anything. If i could help as many people as she has I would be happy.
So i read an article from time magazine, it was about why we crave fast food. I learned that if you are tired and want fast food its your bodies way of trying to get you to wake up. It is trying to intake more calories quickly to wake you up. The article also mentioned that if you get enough sleep each night you are more likely to want to eat healthier and are more likely to turn down junk food. Because sleepy brains associate junk food with happiness and pleasure. http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/06/11/why-you-crave-junk-food-when-youre-s...
1. What is a way to reach your goals? (determination, goals, potential confidence, self-analysis)
2. How do I become healthy? (fitness, nutrition, diet, health, food)
3. How do I know where to go in the future? (goals, college, careers, potential, determination)
4. How do I get over my fears? (phobias, fears, obstacles, therapy, counseling)
5. What job should I do in the future? (goals, future, jobs careers, potential)
1. Why do people dream, and what do they mean? (dreams, sleep, self-analysis, meaning, nightmares)
• How will bursting the bursa sac in my knee affect me when I’m older?
o Knee injuries
• Are mosquito bites extra irritating for me because I’m allergic compared to those who are not?
o insect bites
• Why does my skin bruise so easily especially my knees?
o Skin bruising
• Are my ear and body piercings bad for me or cause health problems?
o Piercing safety
• Is stretching bad for my body?
• Are heart diseases really passed down from generation to generation?
o Heart conditions/health
1. What is the quickest way to gain personal trainer Certification? (college, gyms, school, class, fitness)
2. Will I benefit from working out a lot? (fitness, health, schedule, recovery, supplements)
3. How can I set better goals? (achievement, will, drive, desire, personal development)
4. How much money will I make? (income, lifestyle, happiness, average income, work)
5. Is it good to avoid all stress? (health, society, social, work load, relax)
6. Is the apocalypse plausible? (2012, end, economy, power, survival)
Hello reader, my topic for the past few weeks have been fast food. I am interested in this topic because almost everywhere I look, I see somebody with a fast food bag in their hand. Also, because I feel that fast food has a larger impact in society. Also, I was interested in this topic because I know that throughout the day, I crave for certain fast food places, knowing I don’t really need to eat that. Last reason why I chose this topic, would have to be the fact that every friday, my teachers orer fast food, while during the week they bring their own lunch or go out.
The topic I chose was obesity. I really like talking about this topic because it is a big problem here in the U.S. I believe that health should be one of the top priorities in a person’s life. In the U.S. the percentage of obese people is up to 35.7%. That is a problem. I hope that in this research I can find ways to stop or prevent obesity. I want people to be aware that obesity can be stopped. If we all work together, we all get better. Obesity is a problem for all of us that we need to solve.
My topic is about why healthier food choices are more expensive than fast food. What made me interested in this topic is why chemical free foods (organic foods) like fruits and vegetables are so expensive. If they are so good to our health, why can’t they be affordable in all places? But food such as fast-food is available more, and is bad for our health. The bosses of these fast-food companies plant them in neighborhoods which aren’t rich, and lure us because it’s so good.
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy is one of the many and threatening disorders of the human cardiovascular system. As a closed system of the heart, blood vessels work with the heart to pump blood and allow that blood and additional nutrients to circulate to all parts of the body. The cardiovascular system functions to; keep oxygen rich and oxygen poor blood separate, keep blood flowing in one direction, generate blood pressure, and regulate the body’s needed blood supply. However, it is difficult for the heart to do all this when cardio coverings are too big for the heart.
I took my 2012 Spring Break on Anna Maria Island. It's a small aquatic body, full of gorgeous beaches, dolphins, multi- colored housing structures, and the retired. For the first few days, I was seriously enjoying my stay on the island- I honestly believed that I had not a care in the world. Apparently I was wrong. On April 10, I broke out with a mysterious case of body engulfing hives. As of today, April 16, I still have trace amounts of hives on the insides of my arms and hands.
Something I've been really interested is on this topic of Why do I look like my mom because a lot of people have told me that I look like my mom. I think others say this because me and my mother are pinkish. I really don’t think this is true thats why have decided to make a research on the topic, and learn why do people say I look identical to my mother.
Something that I’ve been interested in is nutrition. I remember my friend Ellen talking about how she wants to be healthy and good looking for the summer. I’m considering becoming healthier now that I’m a vegetarian. Lately I’ve been noticing that a lot of kids and adults don’t notice what they are eating. This issue caught my eye when I started looking at fast food restaurants. Health is very important to me because we only get one body, why not take care of it? From what I’ve heard, a lot of people don’t look into health because it either boring or they just don’t care.
This is a response to the New Years Resolution that I created on January 1st, 2012.I am pleased to say that I have stuck to my resolution up until this point, and I have no intention of stopping. I think that everyone creates resolutions but has no intention of sticking to them,and I can not blame them. 365 days is a long time, and to stick to something you set out for on the very first day of the year is tough to do.
The more fit and healthier you are, the longer you will live. Your body immune system will be protected from more diseases. You will recover from injuries faster. and you will be happier. the bodies of healthy people produce more endorphins which are chemicals that produce happiness in the brain. to have total fitness there are 5 fitness components to maintain and positive decisions making ,makes a fit brain.
I recently read the article which was provided to me by Google Scholar called "The impact of the economic crisis and the US embargo on health in Cuba." The article was about health care, and the article raised an interesting point. This embargo has raised the cost of medical supplies and has brought up the idea of food rationing. Health care is a big problem that exists in the United States, and the President of the United States has worked hard to come up with a positive solution. However, Cuba has struggled to come up with a successful solution.
Something that I have been interested in learning more about has been people having a hard time sleeping at night. I remember my fifth grade teacher talking about it in class but I was having some difficulties understanding it. Lately, this issue has caught my eye again. I know that many people feel that sleeping is important and it shouldn’t be taken away from them. From what I heard people are having problems sleeping because of the responsibilities they have to do and there just too tired to do anything.