Fast Food and Obesity: The Cause and Effect

Fast food is one of the fastest-growing foods in the world. It now accounts for almost half of all restaurant costs in developed countries. ontinues to grow there and in many other industrialized countries in the years to come.

But some of the fastest-growing is happening in developing countries, where they are dramatically changing the way people eat. People buy fast food because it is cheaper, easier to prepare, and more expensive. This paper aims to provide information about the fast-food industry. Its trends, the reason for its emergence, and a few other factors that contribute to your growth.

Obesity :

Studies have shown that the increase in obesity among the world’s population may be due to increased calories associated with a lack of adequate exercise.

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of obese people. Especially in developed countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. Obesity is now a major public health problem in many lands.

Obesity associated with a wide range of chronic health conditions, premature death, and illnesses. Including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, gallstones, fatty liver, arthritis and joint disorders, and other cancers.

Effect on the digestive and cardiovascular systems :

Most fast foods, including beverages and side effects, loaded with carbohydrates with little or no fiber at all.

When your digestive system breaks down these foods, carbohydrates are released as glucose (sugar) into your bloodstream. As a result, your blood sugar levels rise.

Your pancreas responds to an increase in glucose by releasing insulin. Insulin transfers sugar throughout your body to the cells that you need for energy. As your body uses or stores sugar, your blood sugar returns to normal.

This blood sugar system is highly regulated by your body, and as long as you are healthy, your organs can better manage these sugar levels.But often eating too many carbs can lead to a recurring rise in your blood sugar.

Over time, these levels of insulin may trigger your body’s normal response to insulin. This increases your risk of insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, and weight gain.

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Subrat Kumar Singh
This side Subrat Kumar Singh, As a Content Writer and Author, pursuing bachelor degree in Mathematics from Delhi University.