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Genetically Modified Foods Are Not the Answer to World's Problems
Genetically Modified Foods Genetically modified foods and organisms are all the rage. Most people don’t even know what GM, or genetically modified, is. Just 1 in 4 people realize that a majority of the food they eat contain GMO, or genetically modified organism (Natural Revolution 2). It’s something that the FDA has no saf...
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Opposing Viewpoints on Junk Food
Opposing Viewpoints On Junk FoodJunk food has been defined as food that does not have any nutritional value but has an excessive amount of fat or sugars. People tend to eat junk food for comfort rather than dietary reasons. The results of how much people have chosen junk food over great nutritional food are devastating....
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Why Is Junk Food Bad?
Junk food has been defined as food that does not have any nutritional value but has an excessive amount of fat or sugars. People tend to eat junk food for comfort rather than dietary reasons. The results of how much people have chosen junk food over great nutritional food are devastating. A topic about how junk food is b...
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A Critique of David Zinczenko's Argument in Don't Blame the Eater
"Fast Food"
What's the biggest problem with fast food? According to one author, it's
the simple lack of food alternatives. In the New York Times article "Don't
Blame the Eater", David Zinczenko states that the problem with fast food
companies is that there are limited alternatives for food consumption that
are as appealing...
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Companies Should Put Labels If Their Using Genetically Modified Organisms
GMO Food Labeling Slowly, major food companies are concerned that they will “get negative attentions”(1) because of the labels on the food. This is a problem because they will not profit money from people that are buying products that are now filled with GMOs. Although scientists never really thought GMOs were a b...
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Laws Should Be Pass to Label Foods with Genetically Modified Organisms
Safe Foods Schools, nations, and even states care about the foods children consume. People demand laws to be created where schools receive organic and natural foods for the children. The nation demand schools to supplied with fresh foods and to be cooked by chefs from local organic farms to feed the children. There are sch...
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The Controversies Surrounding Genetically Modified Organisms
In our society today, almost seventy percent of the food industry is composed of genetically modified organisms. It's been a part of our food system for a good amount of time and benefits many farmers all around. Yet, due to misconceptions, the controversy of GMOs has increased greatly, with people protesting about the heal...
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An Analysis of the Spending Habits of America on Food
The photo I chose was ​the Namgay family of Shingkhey Village. These people spent an astonishing amount of 224 ngultrum or 5$ for a week's worth of food. Why that stuns me is just because some of the other family’s pictures spent up to 700$ weekly for food. To see that a family can get by on 5$ while another gets by on 700$...
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An Analysis of the Rampant Food Waste America Produce
In my opinion the relationship between America and food is horrendous. Yes, throughout the states and different regions of America there are many takes on food, transforming it into creative and tasteful dishes. Maybe garnished with a sprig of some fancy tree that you’re not going to eat because who eats that junk? So, like...
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The Dangers in Eating Genetically Modified Organisms
They’re everywhere. In the grains you eat, every fast food pit stop you’ll pull into on the road, dairy products, vegetation produce, meats, and even seeds. They travel on the wings of the wind and infect what they come in contact with, being controlled by indestructible corporations. Sound like I’m describing a parasite of...
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