It is every parents' priority to raise healthy children and protect them from the bad effects of the enviorement where they may gain unhealthy eating habits and a life style which has bad effects on them.
^What may gain unhealthy eating habits? the bad effects? the children?
In my point of view, [/s] I believe that the eating habits andthe lifesytle of the previous generation was better than that of today's generation. [s]They It
did not have too many opportunities but eating at proper restaurants or home.
^Opportunities in terms of what? How is it relevant? And how were restaurants or home cuisine better back then?
was has been
a considerable change
childrens' eating habits and lifestyle
of fast food. Once people enjoyed having fast food instead of proper homemade food,(*Proper home food? Some people's home food could feature a lot of saturated fats and be high in cholestrol. Perhaps this type of home food can be equivalent to fast food in terms of caloric density. )cities were surrounded by numbers
of fast food restaurants and takeaways. Today,
it is these fast food restaurants and takeaways have
ed all over across
the world and are
becoming a big concern for parents.
(Is it only limited to parents?)
A proper homemade food
obtains consists of
less fat (Not necessarily. What are you comparing to anyways? There are organic cafes as well, which do specialise in healthy produce. And like I said, some people's home food is pretty bad. It can be rich in starch, saturated fats, or even both. To what extent can you say that this is better than outdoor food. Whilst it may be better, even on a fractional scale, can we really say that it is 'healthy'?'
which is very important for health.
During my childhood, I was forced to eat homemade food by my parents
] even though
I liked the taste of fast food more.
What did your home made meals consist of?
years ago, there was a documentary on tv (TV is in caps locks) about someone who ate only fast food for a period of 4 weeks. After this period, he went to doctor for a check up and found out that he would lose his liver unless he
used had done to
last past[/font] 4 weeks. This documentary proves su how dangerous it is to have an unhealthy eating habit. [font#FF0000]the dangers of unhealthy eating habits
Not necessarily. From what you have provided, this documentary is excluding other important factors that contribute to being healthy, such as the duration and intensity of exercise in that person's lifestyle. Also, you need to consider the person's lifestyle.
In conclusion, there are number of benefits of eating homemade food when it is compared to fast food, and takeaways. Parents should make their children be aware of these benefits so those children will avoid having an unhealthy eating habit and lifesytle. Eventually, they will become healthy individuals.
^Lol no. Just by omitting poor eating habits and lifestyle does not make you a healthy individual.
I would say you need to evaluate. I do not have any research to prove this, but havent people nowadays become more interested in fitness and sports compared to previous generations?
You give a very narrow viewed answer to this question, by focusing only on home meals vs fast food..
Also, you take a very subjective approach to this question, and the subjectivity is made painstakingly obvious.
You say that this is a time essay. Looking at it, it looks like an essay that was done in 10 minutes.