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Our Digital Food Project

by Janahla Edmond <Student>

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Our Digital food project
Ms . Brownlee's 7th period

Global Scholars
Presented by Tamara , Janahla , Donovan , Shender, and Rebecca...
Community guide
Our community guide is all about the accessibility to all the food locations and the shops all around Hollywood, as well as the places tourists can go to when they visit our area.
Available Food Places

~ McDonald's
~TGI Friday's
~ Burger King
~ Denny's
~ Wendy's
~ $1.00 - $5.00 - McDonald's
~ $2.00 - $10.00 - Wendy's
~ $5.00 - $15.00 - Burger King
~ $6.00 - $20.00 - Denny's
~ $15.00 - $40.00 - TGI Friday's
Mc Donald's
Mc Donald's isn't a very health choice but it is very cheap. You can get a full meal under $10 dollars . This fast food place doesn't only sell unhealthy things it also sells salads . Such as Grilled chicken salads , Grilled chicken Caesar salads also.
At Wendy's you can get a whole meal including a drink for just $4.00 . You can also access some health foods such as , Salads , Taco , avocado mixed with salads . These meals my be a little pricey but the food is amazing and can significantly improve your health.
Although Burger King is also not a very heathy choice, you can get a full meal from 5 - 20 dollars and its quick and easy. they have many options from spicy chicken and vegan burgers to nuggets, mozzarella sticks, and jalapeño bites
TGI Fridays sandwiches are mostly over 600 calories, and the food is expensive. They also have foods from burgers and sandwiches to steaks and seafood. It's not very healthy, but isn't the worst option...
As we all know, there is a big issue with food deserts and similar situations. Fast food is fast and cheap, but it definitely isn't healthy... what can be done to reverse the negative change of food insecurities?
Normally, the government invests millions of tax dollars into infrastructure, but what would happen if they instead used money for the construction of nearby restaurants with healthier food?
If this happened, the obesity rate of the U.S. (42%, according to Trust for America's Health) would see a fair decrease or at least a slower uptick. Cardiac arrest wouldn't occur as frequently and neither would diabetes or strokes. What's the point in making travel passages if there isn't anybody to use them?