Article Review #1
My fitness and wellness course currently have many different topics that we have to go over before the end of the year. The subjects are thus laid out in different, and numerous modules. For module one, we had to learn about healthy dieting, and what unhealthy dieting looks like. We observed the movie “Supersize Me”, which was about a volunteer who ate nothing but McDonalds for 30 days straight.
The volunteer began to eat McDonalds three times a day, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. He didn’t eat anything but it. He began to experience certain dietary side effects. His stomach began to feel funny, he also became quite depressed. He started experiencing these side effects around the second week. His blood pressure, sugar, and others started to rise after awhile too.
Eventually, the man was sent to the hospital behind this diet. Ironically during the time the man embarked on the diet, his wife was eating healthy. She had him eating healthy before he started too. He was observed, and all his levels were tested before the diet. They said that he was a very healthy person to be his age.
Once the volunteer was put in the hospital, they found out that the McDonalds diet was the main reason. His levels were going up, and some areas weren’t getting enough nutrition. The article that I chose to write on was one dealing with the reason ecoli outbreak. The outbreak was traced back to the popular Mexican grill chipotle. The last report was on December 21, 2015, and the report led back to the fast food chain.
Fifty-three people were reported to have had been infected with the disease. It was a strain of STEC O26 that people were infected with. It was 9 states that were reported with the outbreak. The places where the majority came from was Washington and Oregon. It was all reported during the month of October.
There were 13 reports that came from Oregon, and 27 reports that came from Washington. That actually made Washington...