More and more people are becoming seriously overweight. Some people think a solution can be to increase the price of fattening foods. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


Obesity and overweight have become an escalating epidemic in many countries, and some people assert that this problem can be addressed by raising the price of fattening foods. From my perspective, I partly agree with this statement as the problem can only be completely tackled by encouraging people to embrace an active lifestyle.


First, high-fat foods are considered to be the main factor that attributes to obesity. Therefore, by making these foods prohibitively priced, people would be discouraged from eating such foods, reducing the risk of becoming corpulent. It is reported that junk foods such as salty snacks and pizza are fattening as they contain an excessive amount of sugar and calories. Indeed, these ingredients stimulate people appetite and palatability. As a result, people especially adolescents become addicted to these foods, making them overweight. Thus, raising the price of fattening foods can help people particularly teenagers with a limited budget to avoid the risk of being obese.


However, just increasing the price of fattening foods might not be able to completely prevent obesity because without an active lifestyle, people are still at the risk of being obese. When eating, people store calories which potentially produce adipose tissue in their bodies, making them gain weight. Thus, physical activities are required to burn calories and to keep them in shape. Recent research concluded that although people have a nutritional diet, those who live a sedentary lifestyle are often obese. To illustrate, despite having a balanced diet, SUMO athletes are often corpulent as they are required to live an inactive lifestyle.


In conclusion, raising the price of fattening foods can only partly solve the problem of obesity. However, the combination of this idea and encouraging people to promote an active lifestyle can address the problem successfully.

Obesity and overweight (Overweight is an adjective. You can't use it like a noun.) have become an escalating epidemic in many countries, and some people assert that this problem can be addressed by raising the price of fattening foods. From my perspective, I partly agree with this statement as the problem can only (contradiction.. You disagree with the statement because you say that there is one and only one way to solve the problem. Raising prices is not that way.) be completely tackled by encouraging people to embrace an active lifestyle.


First, high-fat foods are considered to be the main factor that attributes to (wrong usage - obesity is attributed to the consumption of high-fat foods. / factor that causes obesity) obesity. Therefore, by making these foods prohibitively priced, people would be discouraged from eating such foods, reducing the risk of becoming corpulent. It is reported that junk foods such as salty snacks and pizza are fattening as they contain an excessive amount of sugar and calories. Indeed, these ingredients stimulate people (wrong form) appetite and palatability (wrong word). As a result, people (comma) especially adolescents stimulate people (wrong form) appetite and palatability (wrong word). As a result, people (comma) become addicted to these foods, making them overweight. Thus, raising the price of fattening foods can help people stimulate people (wrong form) appetite and palatability (wrong word). As a result, people (comma) particularly teenagers with a limited budget stimulate people (wrong form) appetite and palatability (wrong word). As a result, people (comma) to avoid the risk of being obese.


However, just increasing the price of fattening foods might not be able to completely prevent obesity because without an active lifestyle, people are still at the risk of being obese. When eating, people store calories which potentially produce adipose tissue in their bodies, making them gain weight. Thus, physical activities are required to burn calories and to keep them in shape. Recent research concluded that although people have a nutritional diet, those who live a sedentary lifestyle are often obese. To illustrate this, despite having a balanced diet, SUMO athletes are often corpulent as they are required to live an inactive lifestyle.


In conclusion, raising the price of fattening foods can only partly solve the problem of obesity. However, the combination of this idea and encouraging people to promote an active lifestyle can address the problem successfully.