Compose a 1250 words assignment on super size me by morgan spurlocks. Needs to be plagiarism free! Given the engagement of today’s common man and the life-style being heavily fashionable after the media hype, these menus have gained wide acceptance among the people of all sections over the traditionally more nutritious ones in the US, UK and the whole world alike.
Researches into obesity in America and other countries, the samples were largely taken from mostly those countries where the McDonald’s craze is well a daily life presence, have shown that the menu is extra-ordinarily rich in fats and cholesterols if they are taken in huge quantity or continuously for a long time.
The obsession to the diet has ballooned us into a super size volume like a hybrid tomato, which gets rotten so soon and is on the verge to go flat at the slight pressure. McDonald’s foods are rich in taste with refined floor, processed sugar, sodium overload, and saturated fats however their heavy intake has lethal effect.
Morgan delineates the life-style addicted to the fast foods in his 98-minute documentary is really a poignant achievement. The stunning fact is presented in a most entertaining and hilarious way delivering at the same time “loads of facts, food for thought, and a heaping serving of laughs” (Mark Robinson, RENO Gazette- Journal). For which he has taken a lot of information on the subject from the nutritionists and heath experts with live interviews from those affected persons.
The movie is a well-documented script heavily opulent in varying ideas of a galaxy of nutritionists, educators and media experts about the epidemic of obesity, which speaks volumes on the why-and-how of the countrywide health problem. It’s more than ‘ A Swiftian portrait of America the Rotund’ (James Verniere, BOSTON H) for the obsession to the fast foods has bugged the whole world than has been confined to America only. The McDonald’s has wide network of franchise retailers with more than 30,000 restaurants serving around 50 million people a day in more than 119 countries.
Ray Kroc founded the McDonald’s way back in 1954 that worked as a single restaurant till 1955 but soon Kroc thought upon the idea of franchise-system. By 1974 the Brand Mac has already become a name to reckon with from its first Woodwich High Street in South London. Each succeeding generation since then saw the McDonald’s hype increase and permeate almost every body’s life in a few decades.
For such a great hype however the McDonald’s cannot be held the sole responsible. The people enjoyed the freedom that the Mac provided with-a release from sheer labour of preparing the foods three-times a day. If the Mac rationalized the trend of serving, the people welcomed with even greater response. The result of eating upon these menus may be the epidemic of obesity but both the server and the served are equally responsible.
By the science of healthy nutrition obesity is directly related to the content energy in the consumed foods by an individual, better to put as-Diet-induced thermogenesis (or DIT). By this theory if we examine the McDonald’s meat-content rich-in-fats menus we can see if they may have a negative impact on our health and contribute to the DIT.