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Supersize Me Discussion Questions How are the following groups responsible for the obesity epidemic and resulting health consequences? What can each group do to help solve the problem? Fast Food Industry Media/Advertising Schools Government Parents Individuals Others? *Does everyone have an equal chance of making healthy choices? If not, what limits their choices? *Would having access to nutrition information encourage people to eat healthier? *Do you believe that people can become addicted to food? *What does the amount of money spent on the diet and weight loss industry tell you about losing weight?
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Unformatted text preview: *How can structural interventions help limit chronic diseases? Does it take away personal responsibility? * What are the challenges in implementing structural interventions? *Do you think when we are given more food we eat more (value meal and supersizing examples)? *Who is responsible for Tommy Markhams health? *What role could community health centers play in addressing the health needs of underserved populations? * Should insurance coverage or cost be influenced by health behaviors? *Why is class the most significant risk factor for obesity? (Fat Land Chapter 5)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course HLTH 310 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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