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  • 4. 4Three high :1 、 high calorie2 、 high fat3 、 high proteinThree low :1 、 low minerals2 、 low vitamin3 、 low dietary fibredangerous
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  • 6. 6There are other health risks connected with fast food, too. High-fatburgers can harbor a dangerous bacterium called Escherichia coli0157:H7 or E. coli. In 1993, E. coli was found in under-cookedburgers at Jack in the Box restaurants, leaving 700 diners sickleaving 700 diners sick. FourFourcustomers died and 195 others were hospitalizedcustomers died and 195 others were hospitalized. In 2000, a 3-year-old girl from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, died in a similar outbreak thatsickened more than 50 patrons at Sizzler restaurants.according to Eric Schlosser, author of the best-selling bookFast Food Nation. All this gorging on fast food is nothealthful. Studies show that a diet sky-high in fat and caloriescan lead to obesity, which in turn fosters conditions such asdiabetes, heart disease, gout, colon cancer, and arthritis. TheCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reportsthat 14 percent of teens in the United States are obese.
  • 7. 7In the US, the main factor contributing to the general weight gain of thepopulation is lack of exercise combined with overeating. In addition, anincreasing number of people rely on convenience foods, which tend to behigh in saturated fat and simple carbohydrates, both of which are high incalories.High blood pressureCoronary heart diseaseKidney stonesPsychological disorders(depression,eating disorders,and distorted bodyimage.
  • 8. 8Q:Why do you like to eat fast food?Q:Why do you like to eat fast food?A:It tastes good.I like to eat fries.A:It tastes good.I like to eat fries.Q:How often do you eat fast food?Q:How often do you eat fast food?A:About 4 or more times a week.A:About 4 or more times a week.Q:Do you know the consequences of eating fast food?Q:Do you know the consequences of eating fast food?A:Yes,.but I like to eat.And I used to eat it.A:Yes,.but I like to eat.And I used to eat it.Q:When did you know that you have obesity?Q:When did you know that you have obesity?A:Em.....When I found I get over 150 pounds.A:Em.....When I found I get over 150 pounds.Q:Will you limit the times of eating fast food?Q:Will you limit the times of eating fast food?A:Sure,may 1 time a week.A:Sure,may 1 time a week.Q:Thats good for you!Thank you.Q:Thats good for you!Thank you.
  • 9. 9Q:Why do you like to eat fast food?Q:Why do you like to eat fast food?A:No, not really.A:No, not really.Q:How often do you eat fast food?Q:How often do you eat fast food?A:Maybe 1 time a week.A:Maybe 1 time a week.Q:Do you know the consequences of eating fast food?Q:Do you know the consequences of eating fast food?A:Yes,My parents always tell me the consequences ofA:Yes,My parents always tell me the consequences ofeating fast food.eating fast food.Q:Why dont you like to eat fast food?Q:Why dont you like to eat fast food?A:Em.....First of all,I dont have money.Haha,I am kidding.IA:Em.....First of all,I dont have money.Haha,I am kidding.Idont know,but I dont like to eat food that are firied.dont know,but I dont like to eat food that are firied.Q:Have you ever heard obesity?Q:Have you ever heard obesity?A:Yes,.A:Yes,.Q:Thank you.Q:Thank you.
  • 10. 101 、 NaturalNews.org---------about fast foodnews ,articles and information.2 、 www.pamf.org-----------about teenagerhealth
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  • 12. 12http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/elibweb/curriculum/do/document?set=search&dictionaryClick=&secondaryNav=&groupid=1&requestid=lib_standard&resultid=1&edition=&ts=563780D89B3674BA6DEFC88A088C51C9_1368138661342&start=1&publicationId=&urn=urn%3Abigchalk%3AUS%3BBCLib%3Bdocument%3B127037737http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/elibweb/curriculum/do/document?http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/elibweb/curriculum/do/document?set=search&dictionaryClick=&secondaryNav=&groupid=1&requestid=lib_standset=search&dictionaryClick=&secondaryNav=&groupid=1&requestid=lib_standard&resultid=2&edition=&ts=563780D89B3674BA6DEFC88A088C51C9_1368ard&resultid=2&edition=&ts=563780D89B3674BA6DEFC88A088C51C9_1368138661342&start=1&publicationId=&urn=urn%3Abigchalk%3AUS%3BBCLib138661342&start=1&publicationId=&urn=urn%3Abigchalk%3AUS%3BBCLib%3Bdocument%3B174913799%3Bdocument%3B174913799"2005: Why Are We Getting Fatter? the Puzzle of Obesity.""Controlling your weight." Complete Home Medical Guide. 2004. eLibrary."Controlling your weight." Complete Home Medical Guide. 2004. eLibrary.Web. 09 May. 2013.Web. 09 May. 2013.
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