Pediatric obesity [electronic resource]: Conclusion Fast food advertisement has grown with time, and has set a goal to target our children, teenagers and young adults.
However foods marketed to children are predominantly high in sugar and fat. This is becoming an escalating problem since fast food restaurants are provoking obesity from a very young age. Prevention, 63 10 Why is it considered bad or unhealthy?
However not all fast food advertisements are real, as shown in figure 2, nor honest.
Marketers know that children and teenagers have a considerable purchase influence and can successfully negotiate purchases. Since fast food consumption influence arouse campaigns in mass media, schools and communities have been made to reach a variety of discourse communities and the genre of this campaigns cover different information.
Television advertising, radio advertising, restaurants websites, banners as well as social media are all advertising to influence the community on fast food consumption. Fast food advertisement targeting children, teens, and young adults for which reasons?
Should junk food be sold in schools?. On Literature review mcdonalds fast food one-fifth of the American population eat in a fast food restaurant each day.
Food fight [electronic resource video ]: Fast food is unhealthy since consumers most of the time order food with more fat, calories, sugar and sodium and less nutrition and vitamins than is necessary.
A test was conducted to children about which kings they knew the most, or which king was more familiar to them. Following the First World War drive-in restaurants, fast food, were introduced.
Campaigns and advertisement have developed to inform the community of the bad influence of fast food. Based on the high levels of carbon and nitrogen isotopes found in meat products, claim that cattle and poultry were predominantly fed corn, which makes them as fat as possible in a short time, and raised in extreme confinement.
Clearly advertisement and fast food restaurants are getting the youth attention. Campaigns offer statistics, nutrition information and facts about the increasing obesity problem in the United States.
The Bad Influence of Fast Food Fast food is a term given to food that can be prepared and served quickly. Today the United States has the largest fast food industry in the world.
This literature review selects and examines various advertisements, opinions, and data of the effect fast food has on American community.
The purpose is to persuade the community on consuming fast food on a daily basis not knowing the risks. What is the concern of this? What kinds of campaigns and advertisements have been developed to inform the community of the bad influence fast food has?
It is important to inform the community with the consequences and harmful effects fast food consumption may bring, since our future adults, children, are the most being target by such advertisements.
The goal of these campaigns is to increase awareness about the harmful consequences on both immediate and long term health problems caused by fast food consumption. When asked which kings they were familiar with the majority answered burger, as in Burger King, a fast food restaurant.
Children prior to age 7 or 8, tend to view advertising as fun, entertaining, and unbiased information. Some meat products found nitrogen were so high that they were consisted with environments where animals had consumed their own waste.
Junk food,fast food,health food: Fast food marketers are interested in youth as consumers because of their spending power, their purchasing influence, and as future consumers.
Throughout time, campaigns have been promoted to inform the community of these consequences and introducing a healthier diet. Fast food restaurants use many different forms of marketing to advertise their product. The media, the government, the school authorities should all be involved and concern with major influences and consequences fast food to their communities.
It is one of the largest influences on the community as a whole especially on children, teens, and even adults.
Fast food advertisement targeting children, teens, and young adults for which reasons and what is the concern of this? In order to understand this global influence, fast food conveys, this three important questions should be considered.
Multiple techniques are used to reach youth; these marketing channels include television advertisement, internet, toys and brand logos.Literature Review About Fast Food.
Topics: Fast food, because they are too lazy to cook healthy food in their home so they always look for quick and fast food like. Review of Trends in Fast Food Consumption. Authors. Review of Literature The fast food industry, originally conceived in Southern California during the s, not only altered the eating habits of Americans, but also those in many other countries around the world, including Asian countries (Schlosser, ).In Pakistan first, Fast food.
Introduction And Literature Review Mcdonalds Fast Food. REVIEW OF LITERATURE OF FAST FOOD INDUSTRYACCORDING TO AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF WINE ECONOISTS STUDY, TheEffect of Fast Food Restaurants on Obesity,(January ):ABSTRACT:This Study investigate the health consequences of changes in the supply of fast foodusing the exact geographical location of fast food.
Literature Review Mcdonalds Fast Food. REVIEW OF LITERATURE OF FAST FOOD INDUSTRYACCORDING TO AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF WINE ECONOISTS STUDY, TheEffect of Fast Food Restaurants on Obesity,(January ):ABSTRACT:This Study investigate the health consequences of changes in the supply of fast foodusing the exact geographical location of fast food restaurants.
They ask how the supply of fast. effect of fast-food on obesity than the previous literature. First, we observe information on weight for millions of individuals compared to at most tens of thousand in the.
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