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In some countries an increasing number of people are suffering from health problems as a result of eating too much fast food. It is therefore necessary for governments to impose a higher tax on this kind of food. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


In recent decades, it is true that fast-food consumption has become the topic of discussion due to its subtantial impacts on human health. Although fast food is tasty and convenient in some cases, it is essential for governments to enforce a higher tax on fast-food-manufactured companies.

There are a great deal of reasons why more and more people revel in purchasing fast food. First, due to the advancement in economics as a whole, adults are far more busier than they used to. Indeed, the majority of American white-collar workers are more likely to go to fast-food cafeterias such as McDonald’s or KFC than come home for lunch, which contributes to a higher expenditure on junk food. Second, the availability and affordability of fast food also acts as a incentive for its popularity. In fact, fast food is often made with low-priced ingredients such as high fat meat and refine grains, thereby allows it to be more accessible and economical than healthier food.

Despite its benefits for our lives, fast food is still fraught with pitfalls, and government should impose a higher tax on this sort of food. One of the reason is governments could command as well as lower the annual death proportion due to health. For example, by consuming a large amount of fast food on a regular basis, a normal adult could be susceptible to some health issues such as heart attack, which decreases his life expectancy. In addition, by reducing the suppier of this type of food, goverments are also conducive to preserve the value of traditional food. Traditional food is not only the delight of nation but also the cultural specificity of each country.

In conclusion, government should render taxes higher to protect the citizens’ heaths as well as maintain the value of traditional food.

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In recent decades, it is true that fast-food consumption has become the topic of discussion (There is nothing about discussion in the essay topic.) due to its substantial impacts on human health. Although fast food is tasty and convenient in some cases, it is essential for governments to enforce a higher tax on fast-food-manufactured (wrong expression) companies. (You did not understand the topic. It is a higher tax on the food, assessed when the consumer buys it, not a higher income tax on the companies and franchises.

Also, you did not provide a proper answer to the question: To what extent do you agree or disagree?

You should answer with an adverb of extent. Some choices are: completely, thoroughly, totally, wholeheartedly, somewhat, partially, partly, a little bit, not at all.

e.g. These answers are the best for "to what extent" types of questions.
I completely agree.
I somewhat agree, because there are a few situations where I would disagree.
I totally disagree.

I mostly agree, but have some reservations.

I would agree wholeheartedly, but for a couple of considerations.
I absolutely and unequivocally agree.

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There are a great deal of many reasons why more and more people revel in purchasing fast food. First, due to the advancement in economics (wrong word. Economics is a subject in school.) as a whole, adults are far more busier than they used to be. Indeed, the majority of American white-collar workers are more likely to go to fast-food cafeterias outlets / restaurants such as McDonald’s or KFC than come home for lunch, which contributes to a higher expenditure on junk food. Second, the availability and affordability of fast food also acts as a incentive for its popularity. In fact, fast food is often made with low-priced low-cost ingredients such as high fat meat and refined grains, thereby allows (wrong form) it to be more accessible and economical than healthier food.

Despite its benefits for our lives, eating too much fast food has consequences for our health, is still fraught with pitfalls, and the government should impose a higher tax on this sort of food. One of the reason is governments could command (wrong word) as well as lower the annual death proportion (wrong word) due to health. For example, by consuming a large amount of fast food on a regular basis, a normal adult could be is susceptible to some health issues such as coronary heart disease heart attack, which decreases his life expectancy. In addition, by reducing the supplier (wrong word) of this type of food, goverments are also conducive (wrong word) to preserve the value of traditional food. Traditional food is not only the delight of the nation but also the cultural specificity (wrong word) of each country. (In addition, by reducing the supplies of fast food, governments also are preserving the value of traditional dishes. These are not only part of a nations's heritage but an expression of the culture of its people.)

In conclusion, government should render (wrong word) taxes higher (levy higher taxes on fast foods) to protect the citizens’ heaths as well as honor maintain the value of traditional food.

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