Ideas for ways to handle the topic of “food and nutrition” Who’s to blame for obesity? Food places or people? How about the new food pyramid? Is it better than the old one? Myplate? Are energy drinks really, really harmful? Do freshmen students really gain 15 pounds? Why? Do freshmen students at SUU gain 15 pounds their first year? Is processed food bad for us? Is some processed food better than the original food? What about portion size? Are restaurants deceitful on purpose? Is it all about money? What responsibility should they have?\ Which restaurants offer the best foods for a person who wants to be fit? What is the relationship between poverty and obesity? Are food companies making it more difficult for people who have limited means to be healthy? What is the relationship between health and fast foods? Do “fast” foods cause obesity? Is that a fallacy? How is gender related to health practices? Do males have more problems staying healthy? What happens when a freshman leaves home and has to cook for himself? Should the university require students to purchase some kind of meal plan? Should they monitor what freshmen eat? How do sports affect appetite? General health? Do some sports encourage unhealthy behaviors? What is the best way to lose weight and maintain weight loss? Are sugar and carbohydrates addictive? How bad is sugar for us? Do people in impoverished nations eat more healthy meals than Americans? Do energy drinks lead people to alcohol consumption? Are young people today healthier than they were a generation ago? Are they more health conscious? How? What effect does a person’s home life have on healthy behavior?
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