Drive-thru to obesityMariana MonroyFebruary 2013A look at why childhood obesity is rising quickly.
Many blame the parents, but I believethere are many more variables toblame.
Narrative• Pick kids up from school• Change clothes• Drive to dance class (or otherextracurricular activities)• Too late t...
After dance class.One of the girls is reading a homework assignment- Inthe car, on the way to get dinner.
Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Menu to look at while you wait
Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Full menu
Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Between first and second menu.Only $21.99!
After ordering food.Notice the amount of cars in line and parked.
Still waiting in line for food.Notice that Chick-fil-a is not the only place that ispacked-it’s clearly dinner time!
Dinner is ready!Classic view of passenger seat.
Dinner is served!(complete with toy)
Documentary“small” treats children get on a dailybasis…
Sonic chocolate maltPer 14 oz –Calories: 550kcalFat: 17.00gCarbs: 91.00gProtein: 7.00g
Sonic lemonadePer 20 oz –Calories: 220kcalFat: 0.00gCarbs: 59.00gProtein: 0.00g
Oreo cookie-America’s Favorite!Per 3 cookiesCalories: 160kcalFat: 7.00gCarbs: 25.00gProtein: 1.00g
Aestheticat least we get a beautiful sunsetwhile we are waiting for our food atthe drive thru!
emotionalAlthough we may think thefollowing pictures are “cute”,Our society is making it ok for kidsto learn bad eating ha...
16 year old on national television attempting to loseweight.
Drive thru to obesity
Drive thru to obesity
Drive thru to obesity
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  1. 1. Drive-thru to obesityMariana MonroyFebruary 2013A look at why childhood obesity is rising quickly.
  2. 2. Many blame the parents, but I believethere are many more variables toblame.
  3. 3. Narrative• Pick kids up from school• Change clothes• Drive to dance class (or otherextracurricular activities)• Too late to make dinner so fastfood companies have made it easyto “run by” and get food….
  4. 4. After dance class.One of the girls is reading a homework assignment- Inthe car, on the way to get dinner.
  5. 5. Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Menu to look at while you wait
  6. 6. Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Full menu
  7. 7. Pulling up to the Chik-fil-a Drive-thru:Between first and second menu.Only $21.99!
  8. 8. After ordering food.Notice the amount of cars in line and parked.
  9. 9. Still waiting in line for food.Notice that Chick-fil-a is not the only place that ispacked-it’s clearly dinner time!
  10. 10. Dinner is ready!Classic view of passenger seat.
  11. 11. Dinner is served!(complete with toy)
  12. 12. Documentary“small” treats children get on a dailybasis…
  13. 13. Sonic chocolate maltPer 14 oz –Calories: 550kcalFat: 17.00gCarbs: 91.00gProtein: 7.00g
  14. 14. Sonic lemonadePer 20 oz –Calories: 220kcalFat: 0.00gCarbs: 59.00gProtein: 0.00g
  15. 15. Oreo cookie-America’s Favorite!Per 3 cookiesCalories: 160kcalFat: 7.00gCarbs: 25.00gProtein: 1.00g
  16. 16. Aestheticat least we get a beautiful sunsetwhile we are waiting for our food atthe drive thru!
  17. 17. emotionalAlthough we may think thefollowing pictures are “cute”,Our society is making it ok for kidsto learn bad eating habits.When in reality, as soon as they getinto their teen years or even pre-teenthat image drastically changes.Our society no longer sees it as“cute” but as obese and even ugly.
  18. 18. 16 year old on national television attempting to loseweight.

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