Warren Dillard, "DIET OF FAST FOOD LOSE WEIGHT AND FEEL FANTASTIC: Even If You Are Too Busy to Eat Properly"
English | 2022 | ASIN: B0B6G4J1F5 | EPUB | pages: 88 | 0.2 mb
Get Smarter and Slimmer on Fast Food, for better or worse, America is a fast-food nation. Consider an average workweek. The alarm goes off, and the family's bare feet quickly begin to touch the floor. Everyone is most likely running late since they didn't get enough sleep.
(The average American sleeps seven hours each night, down from nine a century ago.) Brushing teeth, washing faces, and rummaging under the sofa for overdue library books need a Herculean effort to get the kids ready for school. Isn't it time for a quick cup of cereal?
Most likely not. As a result, you rush out the door on an empty stomach. Maybe you'll grab something on the way-or just go without food until noon.
At work, the frantic pace continues. There is practically any longer a "lunch hour" at all. More likely, you'll order takeout from a restaurant close to your workplace and chow down. En route to the bank or some other destination.
Then, until perhaps five, six, or seven hours later, it's back to work. Your blood sugar is then crashing, and the last thing on your mind is eating. Your thoughts are preparing something fresh. Scathing and tense from the day's events, you direct the automobile to KFC or Burger King, or Wendy's.
You're in a hurry because despite the fact that you are nearly starved, the children's schoolwork remains. to manage, tasks to complete, and possibly a game or your own pastime Catch a TV show before going to bed.
Fast food is so widely available and inexpensive that millions of North Americans consume it daily or frequently throughout the week. In addition to nibbling on fast food, we now consume five meals a week outside the house on average.
Every week, the typical adult eats three hamburgers and four orders of fries. 25% of all persons in North America consume fast food on any given day.
Jumping in the car, rushing the entire family through the drive-through, and finishing dinner in ten or fifteen minutes is simply so simple. No cooking, no cleaning up, no stress-plus time for errands, perhaps some TV, and change from a $20 note.
But fast food has a darker side that many people are only now discovering "the hard way," as we doctors say. We can no longer ignore that all of this fast food is causing us to gain weight.
It also makes us nauseous. I've been summoned to the emergency hospital in the middle of the night to help a mother or father who has had a heart attack.
I know children as young as nine, ten, and eleven who must inject themselves with insulin injections every day because they have adult-onset, or Type 2 diabetes, which was unheard of twenty years ago. Everywhere I turn,
I see entire families with dangerously overcrowded bodies, panting and puffing merely to go from the vehicle to the sofa, to work, and to school.
Currently, about two-thirds of American people are overweight. Obesity affects one-third of the adult population (officially defined as being 30 pounds overweight or more). Obesity in children has reached pandemic proportions.
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