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Michael Witherel15th October 2014Robbins-SevelENG 112-41Casual Argument EssayUnhealthy lifestyles are commonly associated with college students College students succumb to unhealthy lifestyles every day Between hectic school schedules astronomical amounts of assignments and jobs college students do not have the time to embrace all the tasks needed to be done to accomplish a healthier lifestyle This mainly has to do with all the unhealthy options they are surrounded by during college life Fast food restaurants are everywhere alcohol and drugs envelop students every weekend and sleep deprivation is just as prevalent during college life as it is with new parents Obviously students have free will and are capable of making their own decisions Although if students are surrounded by a healthier college environment they will succeed and benefit greatly If universities were to offer healthier food options minimize the amounts of alcohol on campus and offered more online classes students would benefit greatlyFast food has several benefits to college students A few of them are the cost effectiveness convenience and immense amount of fast food locations surrounding students With that being stated fast food is detrimental to ones health if used in excess Personal choice plays a vast part in this but universities are to blame as well To keep revenue and support student preferences many universities contract with branded franchises to provide food services on campus in various ways Lombardi 137 Universities offering on location access to fast food prohibits students from fully engaging in healthy eating Excess amounts of fast food can cause cardiovascular disease asthma cancer and liver disease Nabhan 182 Of course this is after a prolonged period of time eating fast food Although fast food can contribute to an epidemic all college students could face sooner rather than later The freshman fifteen is a common term used to refer to freshman who gain in the vicinity of 15 pounds their freshman year Freshmen tend to gain the weight due to their first
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