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Super size me

Biologia

Carolina Silvetti

4º secundaria B1

Preguntas:

1.¿Porque la pelicula se llama asi?
2. ¿Cual es su argumento general?
3. ¿Que cuestionarias de la película?
4. ¿Que resaltas como positivo?
5. ¿Es fácil acceder a los locales de fast food?
6. ¿De que se acusa a mc?
7. ¿Como se defiende la compañía?
8. Elabora una respuesta sobre las 2 posturas: responsabilidades persona vs responsabilidades compañía.
9. ¿Porque el autor se realiza chequeos medicos antes y después de su experiencia?
10. ¿Cual era su dieta habitual antes de empezar a comer Fast food?
11. ¿Que reglas establece al comenzar el experimento?
12. ¿Que pensaban los médicos que iba a suceder luego del mes? ¿Cambiaron de opinion luego de ver los resultados?
13. ¿Por que el autor elige a mc y no a otras cadenas?
14. ¿De que manera atraen niños a mc? ¿Tiene consecuencias a futuro con su salud?
15. ¿Como son las porciones ofrecidas?
16. ¿Como reacciona el organismo del autor al principio? ¿Como reacciona a medida que transcurre el mes? ¿Es importante, porque?
17. ¿Que problemas de salud acarrea la mala alimentación?
18. ¿Hay presiones sociales como obesos? ¿Es discriminado? Cite ejemplos
19. ¿Como procesan algunos alimentos ofrecidos?
20. ¿Que accione se pueden llevar a cabo para generar hábitos alimenticios saludables?
21. ¿Que ocurre con las comidas en las escuelas?
22. ¿Puede el autor comunicarse con la compañía? ¿Esto es importante?
23. ¿Que debe de hacer luego del mes del experimento?
24. ¿Como reacciona mc después de la pelicula?

Desarrollo:

1.La pelica se trata de que un hombre llamado Morgan Spurlok como experimento decide comer todas las comidas por 30 días en McDonald's y luego ver los resultados. Supersize es el mayor tamaño de papa y gaseosa que ofrece el comercio.

2. El argumento general de la pelicula es alimentarse por un mes en McDonald's para ver si en realidad en tan tan saludable su comida y poder luego reflexionar sobre el estilo de vida de los norteamericanos, ademas de comprobar los problemas de salud que esta cadena alimenticia puede producir.

3. Se puede cuestionar de la pelica que antes de comenzar la experiencia no tenia la dieta regular de un Americano, era vegano, por lo tanto a el experimento le afecto mas, probablemente si un americano regular inicia la dieta no lo afectaría tanto como a Morgan.

4. Se podria resaltar de esta pelicula que mostró lo poco saludable que es en realidad McDonald's, lo que concientiza a los que ven este documental e incentiva a mantener una dieta saludable ya que muestra los daños que se produce Morgan no solo físicamente también anímicamente.

5. Acceder a los locales de Fast food es muy sencillo, estan prácticamente en todos los países con muchas sucursales y precios accesibles.

6. En la pelicula se acusa a Mc Donald’s de contribuir a la obesidad.

7. La compania se defiende diciendo que su empresa no se hace cargo de la obesidad ya que comer en su negocio es una decisión personal.

8. Postura 1- Responsabilidad de la persona:
Comer en McDonald's es por voluntad de la persona y por lo tanto luego los consumidores deben ser responsables de las consecuencias.
Postura 2- Responsabilidad de la compania:
McDonald's al atraer niños contribuye a su posible posterior obesidad, su comida es insaludable por lo tanto la compañía debe hacerse cargo. Pienso que la primera postura es la correcta ya que si los clientes deciden no comer la comida que McDonald's ofrece esta no colaboraría a su obesidad, nadie los obliga a ir y de todas maneras culpan a la compañía por una decisión personal.

9. El protagonista se hace estudios previos para poder observar como se encontraba, cual era su estado fisico, que luego compara con los estudios que se hace después de la experiencia para ver cuánto daño hace físicamente la experiencia, cuales fueron los cambios que se produjeron en su organismo y concientizar a los americanos.

10. Antes de empezar a comer Fast food ,el era vegano, no consumía productos animales. Tenia una dieta sana y variada.

11. Las reglas que establece antes de comenzar la experiencia fueron:
-Debe plenamente comer en McDonald's tres comidas por día, los 30 dias de la experiencia.
-Deberá acabarse todo lo que contenga cada menú
-Se debe ingerir sólo los temas en el menú. Esto incluye el agua embotellada. Todas y cada una fuera de consumo de alimentos está prohibido.
-Él debe elegir el tamaño «super size» de su comida cuando, y sólo cuando, se le ofrece.
-Debe tratar de caminar solo 5000 pasos al día.

12. Los medicos solo habian preveido que su nivel de colesterol iba a aumentar. Sin embargo, luego de ver los resultados observaron que su nivel de colesterol incremento, pero también hubo otros cambios que no previeron.

13. El autor elige principalmente a Mc Donald’s ya que este habia sido demandado por dos niñas, que se habian convertido en obesas al alimentarse principalmente de Mc Donald’s. Tambien elige una de las cadenas mas extensas por el mundo.

14. Esta compania atrae a niños de diferentes maneras, tiene mucha publicidad, programas de televisión y principalmente con las cajitas felices, que atraen a los niños con los juguetes que traen de regalo. Esto si tiene consecuencias a futuro ya que los niños se hacen el abito de comer de Mc Donald’s y tambien inicia el camino a la obesidad.

15. Las porciones que Mc Donalds presenta son: infantil, comun, grande y extra grande

16. El segundo dia de el experimento vomita, y a los pocos dias empieza a sentir deperesion, dolor de cabeza y letargo, ademas de haber aumentado 4,5 kg. Luego empieza a presentar grandes catidades de grasas e hidratos de carbono. Al redecor del dia 20 comenzo a sentir palpitaciones en el corazon, problemas para respirar, entre otros efectos. Tambien daño notoriamente su higado a lo largo de la experienca, ademas de aumer su peso e IMC.
Debido a todos estos efects, muchos sugirieron abandonar el experimento, sin embargo el continuo con su objetivo.

17. Una mala alimentación puede traerte todo tipo de problemas, los principales son la obesidad, diabetes, problemas del corazón (que son causados por excesos en alimentos de origen animal, colesterol, grasas, azúcar) También puede traerte problemas en lo que a la baja de nutrientes respecta,como la anemia, entre muchos otras. También pueden ser transtornos alimenticios como la bulimia y anorexia.

18. Si existen presiones sociales sobre el obeso, ya que este es continuamente discriminado, la gente los trata diferente, en algunos casos se esconden para que otras personas no los molesten. Un ejemplo de esto es la chica en la pelicula, que dice tener sobrepeso y que sus compañeros la trataban mal y excluian continuamente.

19. Las Mc Nuggets se procesan a partir de pollos que no se encuentran en mal estado, luego se separan en pedasos mecanicanicamente que son procesados y saborizados.

20. Las familias pueden proporcionar ambitos alimenticios saludables enseñando la importancia que una buena nutricion puede tener, explicando las consecuencias que comer comida chatarra puede traer, y enseñar que comer comida sana es bueno para todo nuestro organismo.

21. Las comidas de las escuelas que se muestran en la pelicula, es la mayoria prefabricada y congelada. De 36 comidas que la escuela ofrece, tan solo 6 son frescas y producidas en el momento.

22. El autor no puede comunicarse con los responsables de la compania, estos no quieren responder a la critica que Morgan realiza a su compania.

23. Despues del mes del experimento, Morgan se realiza nuevos estudios para observar cual era el estado de su organismo. Debe comenzar un proceso de desintoxicación del organismo, comer saludablemente y realizar mucha actividad fisica para volver al peso que tenia antes de comenzar la experiencia.

24. Luego de la pelicula Mc donalds comenzo a eliminar las porciones XXXL del menu, agrego algunas porciones de manzanas para las cajitas felices y empezo a promocionar un mensaje mas saludable a sus compradores.

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