SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 55
SLOOW FOOD I JUNK FOOD
Slow food (English) - calm, slow food
without haste, in a concentrated
manner, prepared with natural
ingredients in a traditional way.
Slow Food is an international non-profit
organisation founded in 1986 by the
food critic Carlo Petrini in Italy.
Slow Food is a philosophy that involves
slowing down and enjoying life.
Slow Food
principles.
Promoting a culture of eating for
pleasure rather than simply to satisfy
hunger, providing nutritional value
rather than empty calories.
Promoting regional products made
under ecological conditions, using
traditional methods and original
recipes.
Promoting a lifestyle compatible with
the laws of nature.
Promoting the diversity of tastes.
Protection of traditional, regional
products.
Opposition to genetically modified
products.
Supporting traditional food production
methods, far removed from modern
technology.
The promotion of culture and the
preservation of social assets such as
traditional recipes and the preparation
of foodstuffs.
Raising awareness of ecological and
sustainable food production.
Supporting small producers of healthy
food without chemical additives
(colours, flavours, preservatives, etc.).
Protection of biodiversity, endangered
plant and animal species.
The progress of civilisation, has
contributed to the extinction or drastic
reduction of thousands of plant and
animal species.
Ark of Taste - Slow Food initiative.
Special care is given to unique, regional
products or rare, endangered species.
Slow food cooking is a return to the
traditional recipes and recipes of our
ancestors using natural and additive-
free products.
Meal preparation - principles.
We use self-prepared products, e.g.
home-baked.
Meat and fish are baked, not fried.
We cook by steaming so that the
vegetables retain more vitamins and
minerals than when cooked in water.
We prepare our own preserves from
seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Slow food is an opposition to so-called
mcdonalization.
Mcdonalisation - the term is defined by
three words: fast, cheap, convenient.
The idea of mcdonalisation fits
perfectly into „instant culture”.
Slow food is opposed to fast
consumption.
Junk food is and junk food loved by
today's youth.
Junk food mainly provides empty
calories, fat, sugar and salt, artificial
preservatives, colours and flavour
enhancers.
The term „junk food” is not a 20th
century invention. It was already in use
in the 1950s.
Unhealthy eating does not just mean
eating junk food. Unhealthy eating is:
- eating low-quality products;
- low intake of vegetables and fruit;
- irregular meals;
- Inappropriate meal times, e.g. night
eating;
- unfavourable eating conditions;
- lack of balance of macronutrients
(proteins, fats and carbohydrates);
- a lot of salt and sugar in the diet;
- too much or too little daily calorie
intake;
- high intake of saturated and trans
fats;
- inappropriate cooking methods;
- inadequate storage of food products.
Why do we choose unhealthy products?
Lack of consumer awareness of the
nutritional value of the products
consumed. Consumers do not read or
understand product composition labels
Unhealthy eating habits that are
perpetuated from an early age and are
often „carried” from home.
Taste preferences. People are often
unfamiliar with a flavour other than,
say, a frozen burger, or are afraid to try
something new.
Lack of time to cook.
The effects of excessive junk food
consumption.
Overweight and obesity
A feeling of fatigue and sluggishness.
Mental problems.
Elevated sugar levels.
Cardiovascular disease.
Asthma.
Inflammation.
Cancer.
Caries.
Hypertension.
Hypercholesterolaemia.
Photo source:
Slajd 1: congerdesign/Pixabay, slajd 2: JillWellington/Pixabay, slajd 3: Nimrod Oren/Pixabay, slajd 4:
https://searchvectorlogo.com/slow-food-logo-vector-svg/, slajd 5: Lukas Prudil/Pixabay, slajd 6: Christine Sponchia
/Pixabayslajd 7: ha11ok/Pixabay, slajd 8: Michal Jarmoluk/Pixabay, slajd 9: Larisa Koshkina /Pixabay , slajd 10
Monika/Pixabay , slajd 11: Anthony Arnaud/Pixabay, slajd 12: Arturs Budkevics/Pixabay , slajd 13: Emilia/Pixabay slajd 14:
Couleur/Pixabay/ slajd 15: Karolina Grabowska/Pixabay, slajd 16: Pexels/Pixabay, slajd 17: Penny/Pixabay , slajd 18:
Alexsa/Pixabay, slajd 19: Jeff Jacobs/Pixabay , slajd 20: PollyDot/Pixabay, slajd 21: Дарья Яковлева /Pixabay , slajd 22:
Martin Vorel/Pixabay, slajd 23: fancycrave1/Pixabay , slajd 24: Elle Katie/Pixabay , slajd 25: Arek Socha/Pixabay , 26:
congerdesign/Pixabay , 27: Quartzla/Pixabay , slajd 28: Pexels/Pixabay, slajd 29: Nicholas Cadwallader/Pixabay, slajd 30:
Ayelet Stern/Pixabay, slajd 31: 10015389/Pixabay, slajd 32: Hannah Chen/Pixabay , slajd 33: Vladan Rajkovic/Pixabay, slajd
34: sohsulhotel/Pixabay, slajd 35: congerdesign/Shutterstosk , slajd 36: Blandine JOANNIC/Shutterstosk, slajd 37:
Pexels/Shutterstosk, slajd 38: Thorsten Frenzel/Shutterstosk, slajd 39: Igor Ovsyannykov/Pixabay, slajd 40: Shirley
Hirst/Pixabay, slajd 41: congerdesign/Pixabay, , slajd 42: fancycrave1/Pixabay, slajd 43: Fernando Villalobos/Pixabay, slajd
44: Michal Jarmoluk/Pixabay, , slajd 45: Shlomaster/Pixabay, slajd 46: Hamed Mehrnik/Pixabay, slajd 47: Martin
Büdenbender/Pixabay, slajd 48: Tumisu/Pixabay, slajd 49: Van3ssa 🩺 Zheki 🙏 Dany 🎹 • 🕊🩺 peace 💕 love 🕊🩺 /Pixabay,
slajd 50: Victoria_Watercolor/Pixabay, slajd 51: Parentingupstream/Pixabay, slajd 52: Michal Jarmoluk /Pixabay, slajd 53:
Thomas H./Pixabay, slajd 54: Martin Büdenbender/Pixabay.

More Related Content

Similar to sloow food i junk food en.pptx

The slow food movement
The slow food movementThe slow food movement
The slow food movementLogan Aumann
 
Lesson 1 general mediterranean diet
Lesson 1 general mediterranean dietLesson 1 general mediterranean diet
Lesson 1 general mediterranean dietAlberto Fatticcioni
 
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Gbolagade Adebisi
 
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
Your life in your hands   17 april  2006Your life in your hands   17 april  2006
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006Gbolagade Adebisi
 
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
Your life in your hands   17 april  2006Your life in your hands   17 april  2006
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006Gbolagade Adebisi
 
processed food and chronic diseases
processed food and chronic diseasesprocessed food and chronic diseases
processed food and chronic diseasesousmanounana
 
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Gbolagade Adebisi
 
I) food pyramid and nutricila components meeting turkey
I) food pyramid and nutricila components  meeting turkeyI) food pyramid and nutricila components  meeting turkey
I) food pyramid and nutricila components meeting turkeycomeniusfood
 
Shivani Arjuna fermentation class
Shivani Arjuna fermentation classShivani Arjuna fermentation class
Shivani Arjuna fermentation classJohnny Curry
 
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation MadeleinePhillips5
 
Food supplemt smita -
Food supplemt smita - Food supplemt smita -
Food supplemt smita - SmitaPandey41
 
Junk Food
Junk FoodJunk Food
Junk FoodRamki M
 
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptx
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptxFood supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptx
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptxSmitaPandey41
 
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food matters
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food mattersSimon Dannapfel speech 7: food matters
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food mattersToastmastersfinland
 
Junkfood a study and analysis
Junkfood a study and analysisJunkfood a study and analysis
Junkfood a study and analysisvaishali_bansal
 

Similar to sloow food i junk food en.pptx (20)

The slow food movement
The slow food movementThe slow food movement
The slow food movement
 
Lesson 1 general mediterranean diet
Lesson 1 general mediterranean dietLesson 1 general mediterranean diet
Lesson 1 general mediterranean diet
 
Junk food
Junk foodJunk food
Junk food
 
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
 
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
Your life in your hands   17 april  2006Your life in your hands   17 april  2006
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
 
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
Your life in your hands   17 april  2006Your life in your hands   17 april  2006
Your life in your hands 17 april 2006
 
processed food and chronic diseases
processed food and chronic diseasesprocessed food and chronic diseases
processed food and chronic diseases
 
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
Secrets of a long, healthy life march 2006
 
I) food pyramid and nutricila components meeting turkey
I) food pyramid and nutricila components  meeting turkeyI) food pyramid and nutricila components  meeting turkey
I) food pyramid and nutricila components meeting turkey
 
Shivani Arjuna fermentation class
Shivani Arjuna fermentation classShivani Arjuna fermentation class
Shivani Arjuna fermentation class
 
Junk food (fast food)
Junk food (fast food)Junk food (fast food)
Junk food (fast food)
 
C41001902
C41001902C41001902
C41001902
 
Food rules
Food rulesFood rules
Food rules
 
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation
Summer 2020 Leftovers Research Presentation
 
Food supplemt smita -
Food supplemt smita - Food supplemt smita -
Food supplemt smita -
 
Junk Food
Junk FoodJunk Food
Junk Food
 
Processed foods
Processed foodsProcessed foods
Processed foods
 
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptx
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptxFood supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptx
Food supplemt smita - Copy (3).pptx
 
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food matters
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food mattersSimon Dannapfel speech 7: food matters
Simon Dannapfel speech 7: food matters
 
Junkfood a study and analysis
Junkfood a study and analysisJunkfood a study and analysis
Junkfood a study and analysis
 

More from SPUstrobna

Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptxPrezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptxSPUstrobna
 
job shadowing artykuł.docx
job shadowing artykuł.docxjob shadowing artykuł.docx
job shadowing artykuł.docxSPUstrobna
 
newsletter job shadowing.docx
newsletter job shadowing.docxnewsletter job shadowing.docx
newsletter job shadowing.docxSPUstrobna
 
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptxPrezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptxSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdf
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdfNewsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdf
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 2.pdf
Newsletter nr 2.pdfNewsletter nr 2.pdf
Newsletter nr 2.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdfNewsletter nr 2 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdfNewsletter nr 1 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdfNewsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdfNewsletter nr 2 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdfNewsletter nr 1 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdfSPUstrobna
 
EU quality schemes en.pptx
EU quality schemes en.pptxEU quality schemes en.pptx
EU quality schemes en.pptxSPUstrobna
 
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptx
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptxSlow Food Photo Contest Results.pptx
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptxSPUstrobna
 
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptx
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD  IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptxSLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD  IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptx
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptxSPUstrobna
 
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptx
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptxSlow food and junk food in your lens.pptx
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptxSPUstrobna
 
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdf
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdfThe Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdf
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdfSPUstrobna
 
Newsletter nr 1 en
Newsletter nr 1 enNewsletter nr 1 en
Newsletter nr 1 enSPUstrobna
 
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)Health survey – report (Bulgaria)
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)SPUstrobna
 
School in Bulgaria - presentation
School in Bulgaria - presentationSchool in Bulgaria - presentation
School in Bulgaria - presentationSPUstrobna
 
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E..."Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...SPUstrobna
 

More from SPUstrobna (20)

Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptxPrezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja projektu unijnego Erasmus+.pptx
 
job shadowing artykuł.docx
job shadowing artykuł.docxjob shadowing artykuł.docx
job shadowing artykuł.docx
 
newsletter job shadowing.docx
newsletter job shadowing.docxnewsletter job shadowing.docx
newsletter job shadowing.docx
 
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptxPrezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptx
Prezentacja Szkoła Erasmus+.pptx
 
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdf
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdfNewsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdf
Newsletter nr 3 Kurs.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 2.pdf
Newsletter nr 2.pdfNewsletter nr 2.pdf
Newsletter nr 2.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdfNewsletter nr 2 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 en.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdfNewsletter nr 1 en.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 en.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdfNewsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl job shadowing.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdfNewsletter nr 2 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 2 pl.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdfNewsletter nr 1 pl.pdf
Newsletter nr 1 pl.pdf
 
EU quality schemes en.pptx
EU quality schemes en.pptxEU quality schemes en.pptx
EU quality schemes en.pptx
 
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptx
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptxSlow Food Photo Contest Results.pptx
Slow Food Photo Contest Results.pptx
 
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptx
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD  IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptxSLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD  IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptx
SLOW FOOD AND JUNK FOOD IN YOUR LENS estonia.pptx
 
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptx
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptxSlow food and junk food in your lens.pptx
Slow food and junk food in your lens.pptx
 
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdf
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdfThe Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdf
The Vegetarianism Day in Bulgaria.pdf
 
Newsletter nr 1 en
Newsletter nr 1 enNewsletter nr 1 en
Newsletter nr 1 en
 
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)Health survey – report (Bulgaria)
Health survey – report (Bulgaria)
 
School in Bulgaria - presentation
School in Bulgaria - presentationSchool in Bulgaria - presentation
School in Bulgaria - presentation
 
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E..."Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...
"Kształtowanie kompetencji „4C” w Szkole Podstawowej w Ustrobnej” - projekt E...
 

Recently uploaded

Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped data
Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped dataMeasures of Position DECILES for ungrouped data
Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped dataBabyAnnMotar
 
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWMythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQuiz Club NITW
 
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxDIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxMichelleTuguinay1
 
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...Association for Project Management
 
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfVanessa Camilleri
 
week 1 cookery 8 fourth - quarter .pptx
week 1 cookery 8  fourth  -  quarter .pptxweek 1 cookery 8  fourth  -  quarter .pptx
week 1 cookery 8 fourth - quarter .pptxJonalynLegaspi2
 
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and Film
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and FilmOppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and Film
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and FilmStan Meyer
 
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdf
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdfNarcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdf
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdfPrerana Jadhav
 
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptxmary850239
 
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxGrade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxkarenfajardo43
 
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 Database
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 DatabaseHow to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 Database
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 DatabaseCeline George
 
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQuiz Club NITW
 
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP Module
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP ModuleMulti Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP Module
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP ModuleCeline George
 
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptxmary850239
 
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)lakshayb543
 
ClimART Action | eTwinning Project
ClimART Action    |    eTwinning ProjectClimART Action    |    eTwinning Project
ClimART Action | eTwinning Projectjordimapav
 
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQuiz Club NITW
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped data
Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped dataMeasures of Position DECILES for ungrouped data
Measures of Position DECILES for ungrouped data
 
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWMythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Mythology Quiz-4th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
 
Faculty Profile prashantha K EEE dept Sri Sairam college of Engineering
Faculty Profile prashantha K EEE dept Sri Sairam college of EngineeringFaculty Profile prashantha K EEE dept Sri Sairam college of Engineering
Faculty Profile prashantha K EEE dept Sri Sairam college of Engineering
 
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxDIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
 
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
 
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...
Team Lead Succeed – Helping you and your team achieve high-performance teamwo...
 
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
 
week 1 cookery 8 fourth - quarter .pptx
week 1 cookery 8  fourth  -  quarter .pptxweek 1 cookery 8  fourth  -  quarter .pptx
week 1 cookery 8 fourth - quarter .pptx
 
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and Film
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and FilmOppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and Film
Oppenheimer Film Discussion for Philosophy and Film
 
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdf
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdfNarcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdf
Narcotic and Non Narcotic Analgesic..pdf
 
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx
4.16.24 Poverty and Precarity--Desmond.pptx
 
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxGrade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
 
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 Database
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 DatabaseHow to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 Database
How to Make a Duplicate of Your Odoo 17 Database
 
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
 
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP Module
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP ModuleMulti Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP Module
Multi Domain Alias In the Odoo 17 ERP Module
 
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx
4.16.24 21st Century Movements for Black Lives.pptx
 
Paradigm shift in nursing research by RS MEHTA
Paradigm shift in nursing research by RS MEHTAParadigm shift in nursing research by RS MEHTA
Paradigm shift in nursing research by RS MEHTA
 
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)
Visit to a blind student's school🧑‍🦯🧑‍🦯(community medicine)
 
ClimART Action | eTwinning Project
ClimART Action    |    eTwinning ProjectClimART Action    |    eTwinning Project
ClimART Action | eTwinning Project
 
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
 

sloow food i junk food en.pptx

  • 1. SLOOW FOOD I JUNK FOOD
  • 2. Slow food (English) - calm, slow food without haste, in a concentrated manner, prepared with natural ingredients in a traditional way.
  • 3. Slow Food is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1986 by the food critic Carlo Petrini in Italy.
  • 4.
  • 5. Slow Food is a philosophy that involves slowing down and enjoying life.
  • 7. Promoting a culture of eating for pleasure rather than simply to satisfy hunger, providing nutritional value rather than empty calories.
  • 8. Promoting regional products made under ecological conditions, using traditional methods and original recipes.
  • 9. Promoting a lifestyle compatible with the laws of nature.
  • 11. Protection of traditional, regional products.
  • 12. Opposition to genetically modified products.
  • 13. Supporting traditional food production methods, far removed from modern technology.
  • 14. The promotion of culture and the preservation of social assets such as traditional recipes and the preparation of foodstuffs.
  • 15. Raising awareness of ecological and sustainable food production.
  • 16. Supporting small producers of healthy food without chemical additives (colours, flavours, preservatives, etc.).
  • 17. Protection of biodiversity, endangered plant and animal species.
  • 18. The progress of civilisation, has contributed to the extinction or drastic reduction of thousands of plant and animal species.
  • 19. Ark of Taste - Slow Food initiative.
  • 20. Special care is given to unique, regional products or rare, endangered species.
  • 21. Slow food cooking is a return to the traditional recipes and recipes of our ancestors using natural and additive- free products.
  • 22. Meal preparation - principles.
  • 23. We use self-prepared products, e.g. home-baked.
  • 24. Meat and fish are baked, not fried.
  • 25. We cook by steaming so that the vegetables retain more vitamins and minerals than when cooked in water.
  • 26. We prepare our own preserves from seasonal fruit and vegetables.
  • 27. Slow food is an opposition to so-called mcdonalization.
  • 28. Mcdonalisation - the term is defined by three words: fast, cheap, convenient.
  • 29. The idea of mcdonalisation fits perfectly into „instant culture”.
  • 30. Slow food is opposed to fast consumption.
  • 31. Junk food is and junk food loved by today's youth.
  • 32. Junk food mainly provides empty calories, fat, sugar and salt, artificial preservatives, colours and flavour enhancers.
  • 33. The term „junk food” is not a 20th century invention. It was already in use in the 1950s.
  • 34. Unhealthy eating does not just mean eating junk food. Unhealthy eating is: - eating low-quality products; - low intake of vegetables and fruit;
  • 35. - irregular meals; - Inappropriate meal times, e.g. night eating; - unfavourable eating conditions;
  • 36. - lack of balance of macronutrients (proteins, fats and carbohydrates); - a lot of salt and sugar in the diet; - too much or too little daily calorie intake;
  • 37. - high intake of saturated and trans fats; - inappropriate cooking methods; - inadequate storage of food products.
  • 38. Why do we choose unhealthy products?
  • 39. Lack of consumer awareness of the nutritional value of the products consumed. Consumers do not read or understand product composition labels
  • 40. Unhealthy eating habits that are perpetuated from an early age and are often „carried” from home.
  • 41. Taste preferences. People are often unfamiliar with a flavour other than, say, a frozen burger, or are afraid to try something new.
  • 42. Lack of time to cook.
  • 43. The effects of excessive junk food consumption.
  • 45. A feeling of fatigue and sluggishness.
  • 55. Photo source: Slajd 1: congerdesign/Pixabay, slajd 2: JillWellington/Pixabay, slajd 3: Nimrod Oren/Pixabay, slajd 4: https://searchvectorlogo.com/slow-food-logo-vector-svg/, slajd 5: Lukas Prudil/Pixabay, slajd 6: Christine Sponchia /Pixabayslajd 7: ha11ok/Pixabay, slajd 8: Michal Jarmoluk/Pixabay, slajd 9: Larisa Koshkina /Pixabay , slajd 10 Monika/Pixabay , slajd 11: Anthony Arnaud/Pixabay, slajd 12: Arturs Budkevics/Pixabay , slajd 13: Emilia/Pixabay slajd 14: Couleur/Pixabay/ slajd 15: Karolina Grabowska/Pixabay, slajd 16: Pexels/Pixabay, slajd 17: Penny/Pixabay , slajd 18: Alexsa/Pixabay, slajd 19: Jeff Jacobs/Pixabay , slajd 20: PollyDot/Pixabay, slajd 21: Дарья Яковлева /Pixabay , slajd 22: Martin Vorel/Pixabay, slajd 23: fancycrave1/Pixabay , slajd 24: Elle Katie/Pixabay , slajd 25: Arek Socha/Pixabay , 26: congerdesign/Pixabay , 27: Quartzla/Pixabay , slajd 28: Pexels/Pixabay, slajd 29: Nicholas Cadwallader/Pixabay, slajd 30: Ayelet Stern/Pixabay, slajd 31: 10015389/Pixabay, slajd 32: Hannah Chen/Pixabay , slajd 33: Vladan Rajkovic/Pixabay, slajd 34: sohsulhotel/Pixabay, slajd 35: congerdesign/Shutterstosk , slajd 36: Blandine JOANNIC/Shutterstosk, slajd 37: Pexels/Shutterstosk, slajd 38: Thorsten Frenzel/Shutterstosk, slajd 39: Igor Ovsyannykov/Pixabay, slajd 40: Shirley Hirst/Pixabay, slajd 41: congerdesign/Pixabay, , slajd 42: fancycrave1/Pixabay, slajd 43: Fernando Villalobos/Pixabay, slajd 44: Michal Jarmoluk/Pixabay, , slajd 45: Shlomaster/Pixabay, slajd 46: Hamed Mehrnik/Pixabay, slajd 47: Martin Büdenbender/Pixabay, slajd 48: Tumisu/Pixabay, slajd 49: Van3ssa 🩺 Zheki 🙏 Dany 🎹 • 🕊🩺 peace 💕 love 🕊🩺 /Pixabay, slajd 50: Victoria_Watercolor/Pixabay, slajd 51: Parentingupstream/Pixabay, slajd 52: Michal Jarmoluk /Pixabay, slajd 53: Thomas H./Pixabay, slajd 54: Martin Büdenbender/Pixabay.

Editor's Notes

  1. Slow food (English) - calm, slow food without haste, in a concentrated manner, prepared with natural ingredients in a traditional way.
  2. Slow Food is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1986 by the food critic Carlo Petrini in Italy. The reason for founding the organisation was the phenomenon associated with the rapidly growing number of fast food restaurants, the unwritten symbol of which became the establishment of a McDonald's restaurant in a historic part of Rome. Since its inception, the organisation has set itself the goal of supporting small regional food producers - especially original, traditional food produced in a way that is not found elsewhere in the world.
  3. The symbol of the slow food movement featured in the logo is the snail. It is a non-profit organisation with more than 100,000 members from 151 countries around the world!
  4. Slow Food is a philosophy that involves slowing down and enjoying life. Food, as an essential part of human existence, is at the core of this philosophy. Although Slow Food organisations define the principles slightly differently in each country where they operate, the general principles are almost identical.
  5. Slow Food principles. The key principles of the Slow Food organisation include:
  6. Promoting a culture of eating for pleasure rather than simply to satisfy hunger, providing nutritional value rather than empty calories;
  7. Promoting regional products made under ecological conditions, using traditional methods and original recipes.
  8. Promoting a lifestyle compatible with the laws of nature.
  9. Promoting the diversity of tastes.
  10. Protection of traditional, regional products.
  11. Opposition to genetically modified products.
  12. Supporting traditional food production methods, far removed from modern technology.
  13. The promotion of culture and the preservation of social assets such as traditional recipes and the preparation of foodstuffs.
  14. Raising awareness of ecological and sustainable food production.
  15. Supporting small producers of healthy food without chemical additives (colours, flavours, preservatives, etc.).
  16. Protection of biodiversity, endangered plant and animal species. Breeding of rare plant and animal species). Animals are raised in friendly conditions, have free space, are fed with natural fodder while plants are grown in the traditional way, without artificial fertilisers
  17. The progress of civilisation, has contributed to the extinction or drastic reduction of thousands of plant and animal species. During the 20th century, 75% of food products (vegetables, fruit, cereals, livestock varieties) disappeared or became extinct in Europe and as many as 93% of the products on the market in America.
  18. Ark of Taste - Slow Food initiative. Progress is also responsible for the disappearance of many culinary traditions. The movement (Slow Food) has taken the initiative to protect such culinary assets at risk of annihilation, calling it The Ark of Taste, referring to the biblical ark of Noah.
  19. Special care is given to unique, regional products or rare, endangered species. Currently, the catalogue contains 5968 endangered products that belong to cultures and traditions from all over the world. There are 62 products in the catalogue, from Turkey 79 products, from Bulgaria 62 products and from Estonia 19 products.
  20. Slow food cooking is a return to the traditional recipes and recipes of our ancestors using natural and additive-free products. Preparing food according to the idea of slow food starts with gathering the necessary products - from the home garden, the local fruit and vegetable market or the local farmer. Cooking should be a pleasant and joyful process. This type of approach to food preparation is in contrast to the use of ready-made, often deep-frozen or preserved products, which we buy in foil and prepare using the microwave or oven.
  21. Meal preparation - principles. When preparing meals, it is worth following a few rules:
  22. We use self-prepared products, e.g. home-baked.
  23. Meat and fish are baked, not fried.
  24. We cook by steaming so that the vegetables retain more vitamins and minerals than when cooked in water.
  25. We prepare our own preserves from seasonal fruit and vegetables.
  26. Slow food is an opposition to so-called mcdonalization, or the consumption of nutrient-poor meals, the popularity of which has begun to grow rapidly since the late 20th century.
  27. Mcdonalisation - the term is defined by three words: fast, cheap, convenient. Mcdonalisation is a term that does not only refer to food, but to life as a whole. this is how people deal with food. It is supposed to be fast (suitable for quick preparation and therefore devoid of any nutritional value), cheap (which means low quality), convenient (no time is wasted preparing it).
  28. The idea of mcdonalisation fits perfectly into 'instant culture'. The idea of mcdonalisation fits in perfectly with the 'instant culture' that is becoming increasingly popular, especially among young people, i.e. a culture of instant gratification.
  29. Slow food is opposed to fast consumption. In summary, Slow food is opposed to the rapid consumption of highly processed products, without in-depth analysis of their composition, production process and impact on the human body. It assumes the pleasure of preparing meals and encourages savouring them. It is food that is unique, specific to a particular region, and cannot be found elsewhere in the world.
  30. Junk food is and junk food loved by today's youth, which includes: - salty snacks: sticks, crisps, popcorn, crackers, etc; - sweets, confectionery and pastries; - sweet sauces, toppings, marmalades; - carbonated and non-carbonated drinks with added sugars and synthetic colours and sweeteners; - energy drinks; - instant foods; - foods such as hamburgers, chips, hot dogs.
  31. Junk food mainly provides empty calories, fat, sugar and salt, artificial preservatives, colours and flavour enhancers.
  32. The term 'junk food' is not a 20th century invention. It was already in use in the 1950s.
  33. Unhealthy eating does not just mean eating junk food. Unhealthy eating is: - eating low-quality products; - low intake of vegetables and fruit;
  34. - irregular meals; - Inappropriate meal times, e.g. night eating; - unfavourable eating conditions;
  35. - lack of balance of macronutrients (proteins, fats and carbohydrates); - a lot of salt and sugar in the diet; - too much or too little daily calorie intake;
  36. - high intake of saturated and trans fats; - inappropriate cooking methods; - inadequate storage of food products.
  37. Why do we choose unhealthy products?
  38. The main reasons for this are: - Lack of consumer awareness of the nutritional value of the products consumed. Consumers do not read or understand product composition labels.
  39. Unhealthy eating habits that are perpetuated from an early age and are often 'carried' from home.
  40. Taste preferences. People are often unfamiliar with a flavour other than, say, a frozen burger, or are afraid to try something new.
  41. Lack of time to cook.
  42. The effects of excessive junk food consumption.
  43. Overweight and obesity. Junk foods are products that are often a rich source of hydrogenated vegetable fats that cause rapid weight gain, resulting in obesity.
  44. A feeling of fatigue and sluggishness. This is caused by the consumption of fats, which are more slowly digested, resulting in a prolonged feeling of fatigue and lethargy.
  45. Mental problems. Many products provide trans fats, preservatives, emulsifiers and dyes that are fatal to mental health
  46. Elevated sugar levels. Junk food is a source of easily digestible simple carbohydrates, the consumption of which leads to a rapid, sharp rise in blood glucose and insulin levels.
  47. Cardiovascular disease. Eating junk food once a week increases the risk of death from ischaemic heart disease compared to people who do not eat such foods at all.
  48. Asthma. Its development is influenced by a diet rich in products containing hydrogenated fats, which also adversely affect the respiratory system.
  49. Inflammation. The consumption of, for example, hamburgers, chocolate bars and instant soups promotes the maintenance of chronic inflammation in the body, resulting in constant stimulation of the immune system and tissue destruction.
  50. Cancer. The consumption of chips and crisps leads to the accumulation in the body of acrylamide, a compound that is a product of the reaction between sugars and amino acids when potatoes are deep-fried. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has identified acrylamide as a substance with a probable carcinogenic effect.
  51. Caries, is the result of eating foods rich in simple sugars, whose fermentation is caused by bacteria present in the mouth. These reactions produce compounds that destroy tooth enamel.
  52. Hypertension, the so-called "silent killer", which if untreated often causes heart attack, stroke or kidney failure. Excess salt, large amounts of which are found in junk food such as crisps, contributes to its development
  53. Hypercholesterolaemia. Excess cholesterol often causes complications that can lead to: coronary heart disease, heart attack, ischaemic stroke or lower limb ischaemia. Problems with atherosclerotic plaque are not just due to a high dietary fat supply. The cause is not only an excess of fats but also an excess of simple sugars and a lack of nutrients and fibre in the diet.