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Exercise: Health, Diet and More

QUESTION:

Recent research shows that the consumption of junk food is a major factor in poor diet and this is detrimental to health. Some people believe that better health education is the answer to this problem but others disagree. What is your opinion?

ANSWER:

As people are increasingly aware of the impact of healthy diet on fitness, over-consumption of junk food becomes a major concern. This is because junk food has been seriously threatening our health. Though some people believe that health education is the only solution, I personally think a number of other measures should also be taken into consideration.

Undeniably, the world, especially the developed areas, is plagued with junk food, and it will help people to reduce their psychological reliance on junk food if they are taught the real harm caused by it. Nevertheless, it is far from the solving of the issue thoroughly. The following is the proposals I suggest.

First, researches on balanced and nutritious diet should be done with great efforts. It will not be practical if people dispose of junk food while not knowing what healthy food really is. To some extent, all foods can be unhealthy if they are not appropriate for the one who eats them.

Secondly, more delicious food should be produced massively in order to make them accessible and affordable to most people. If healthy food is not tasty, people will be easily tempted to eat junk food again. Likewise, if healthy food is too expensive to most people, it can only be a luxury instead of a solution to this problem.

Finally, people should also be encouraged to exercise more. A number of critical illnesses are proven to be linked with the sedentary lifestyle. For example, in China, according to recent statistics, stomach cancer is usually caused by lack of exercise.

In conclusion, though health education plays a significant role in the fight against the ubiquity of junk food and its harm on health, it alone is not enough. The measures I have suggested above should also be considered.

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    Exercise: Health, Diet and More

    QUESTION:

    Recent research shows that the consumption of junk food is a major factor in poor diet and this is detrimental to health. Some people believe that better health education is the answer to this problem but others disagree. What is your opinion?

    ANSWER:

    As people become increasingly aware of the impact of a healthy diet for a healthy lifestyle, over-consumption of junk food becomes a major concern. This is because junk food has been seriously threatening our health. Though some people believe that health education is the only solution, I personally think a number of other measures should also be taken into consideration.

    Undeniably, the world, especially the developed areas, is plagued with junk food, and it will help people to reduce their psychological reliance on junk food if they are taught the real harm caused by it. Nevertheless, it is far from the solving of the issue thoroughly. The following are the proposals I suggest.

    First, researches on balanced and nutritious diets should be done with great efforts. It will not be impractical if people dispose of junk food while not knowing what healthy food really is. To some extent, all foodsny food can be unhealthy if they are not inappropriate for the one who eats them.

    Secondly, more delicious food should be produced massively in order to make themit accessible and affordable to most people. If healthy food is not tasty, people will be easily tempted to eat junk food again. Likewise, if healthy food is too expensive to most people, it can only be a luxury instead of a solution to this problem.

    Finally, people should also be encouraged to exercise more. A number of critical illnesses are proven to be linked with the sedentary lifestyle. For example, in China, according to recent statistics, stomach cancer is usually caused by lack of exercise.

    In conclusion, though health education plays a significant role in the fight against the ubiquity of junk food and its harm on health, it alone is not enough. The measures I have suggested above should also be considered.

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    Exercise: Health, Diet and More

    QUESTION:

    Recent research shows that the consumption of junk food is a major factor in poor diet and this is detrimental to health. Some people believe that better health education is the answer to this problem but others disagree. What is your opinion?

    ANSWER:

    As people are become increasingly aware of the negative impact of unhealthy diet on fitness, over-consumption of junk food becomes a major concern. This is because junk food has been seriously threatensing our health. Though some people believe that health education is the only solution, I personally think a number of other measures should also be taken into consideredation.

    Undeniably, the world, (especially the developed countries) areas (see note), is plagued with junk food, and it will help people to reduce their psychological reliance on junk food if they are taught the real harm it causesd by it. Nevertheless, education alone it is far from the solving of the issue thoroughly. The Following is are the proposals I suggest.

    First, researches on balanced and nutritious diet should be done with great efforts. It will not be practical if people dispose of just eliminate junk food while not without knowing what healthy food really is. To some extent, all foods can be unhealthy if they are not appropriate for the one who eats consumes them.

    Secondly, more delicious food should be mass-produced massively in order to make them it (food - singular) accessible and affordable to most people. If healthy food is not tasty, people will be easily tempted to eat junk food again. Likewise, if healthy food is too expensive to most people, it can only be a luxury instead of a solution to this problem.

    Finally, people should also be encouraged to exercise more. A number of critical illnesses are proven to be linked with/to the sedentary lifestyle. For example, in China, according to recent statistics, stomach cancer is usually caused by lack of exercise.

    In conclusion, though health education plays a significant role in the fight against the ubiquity of junk food and its harm on health, it alone is not enough. The measures I have suggested above should also be considered.

     

    Exercise: Health, Diet and More

    QUESTION:

    Recent research shows that the consumption of junk food is a major factor in poor diets and this is detrimental to your health. Some people believe that better health education is the answer to this problem but others disagree. What is your opinion?

    ANSWER:

    As people are increasingly aware of the impact of healthy diets and fitness, over-consumption of junk food becomes a major concern. This is because junk food has been seriously threatening our health. Though some people believe that health education is the only solution, I personally think a number of other measures should also be taken into consideration.

    Undeniably, the world, especially the developed areas, is plagued with junk food, and it will help people to reduce their psychological reliance on junk food if they are taught the real harm caused by it. Nevertheless, it is far from the solving of the issue thoroughly. The following are the proposals I suggest.

    First, researches on balanced and nutritious diets should be done with great efforts. It will not be practical if people dispose of junk food while not knowing what healthy food really is. To some extent, all foods can be unhealthy if they are not appropriate for the one who eats them.

    Secondly, more delicious food should be produced massively in order to make them accessible and affordable to most people. If healthy food is not tasty, people will be easily tempted to eat junk food again. Likewise, if healthy food is too expensive to most people, it can only be a luxury instead of a solution to this problem.

    Finally, people should also be encouraged to exercise more. A number of critical illnesses are proven to be linked with the sedentary lifestyle. For example, in China, according to recent statistics, stomach cancer is usually caused by lack of exercise.

    In conclusion, though health education plays a significant role in the fight against the ubiquity of junk food and its harm on health, it alone is not enough. The measures I have suggested above should also be considered.

     

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