Super-Size Me WEEK 1!
How is American Society represented in the Documentry?
Super-Size me, is represented by the America society due to their world that they live in. It is an American documentary that is based on a man named Morgan that does a 30 day McDonalds challenge, he had to eat McDonalds for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. His challenge is to find out the different causes within McDonalds. The documentary teaches us about the different nations in the world and how each society is effected by the bad processed foods we put into our bodies. American society is badly represented. The American people do not take care of their bodies and they just treat them like garbage, because of their bad attitudes towards different foods. The American society is just lazy. There should be restrictions on how often everyone should be allowed to each unhealthy foods. The documentary basically takes the piss on each person that is overweight. Although many causes may be because of their bad eating, some cases are because of a disease. With the statistics that there are 1 in 4 Americans that visit a fast food restaurant every day. Obesity is the 2nd leading cause of preventable death. If the American society wanted to change the way in which their nation was represented by, they should start making a change with their advertisement. After only a week Morgan’s body fat increased by 5%. There are many people that are consuming McDonalds for longer than a week other a long period of time. Due to fast foods there are many different diseases developing. We need to stop having a unhealthy nation and fix the world in which we live in.