Income Level Impacts Diet

By: Ryan Langer

How does income level impact diet?

Diet is impacted by income level in many ways. Education impacts diet and income level because if you have a good education and a good income level, you are able to purchase expensive diets that can help your diet. Low income level impacts diet because if you have a low income level, you are more likely to eat dinner at a fast food restaurant, and are more likely to become unhealthy. Lastly, high income level impacts diet because if you have a high income level, you are more like to be healthy because you can afford healthy food diets, and healthy foods in general.

Education

Education can impact diet because if someone doesn't know a lot about healthy foods and diet, they could become more likely to put unhealthy foods into their body. It can also benefit your body's diet because if you do know a lot about healthy foods, then you will be able to know what and what not to put into your body. Education can also benefit you because you because having a high income diet will motivate you to eat healthier. This is true because the people will be motivated to go on expensive diets because they have a lot of money. (Group, Union)

High Income

High income levels can let people go on healthy diet systems because they make a lot of money, and the diet systems usually cost a lot of money. Also, having a high income level will help someone lose weight faster. People will lose weight faster because they will be able to go on healthy diet systems that cost a lot of money. The expensive diet systems that people choose to take will give the people more nutrition in their body's. Having a high income level will benefit your diet. (ProQuest Staff) (Group, Union) (Income and Food Cost Concerns Affect Diet: Study.)

Low Income

People with low income levels tend to eat unhealthy foods because they are at a cheap price. For example, someone with a low income level will most likely buy dinner for their family at a fast food restaurant. Having a low income level will not benefit someones diet because they will be eating to many unhealthy foods. Someone with a low income level will not motivate them because they don't have enough money to go on an expensive diet. (Diaz)

Conclusion

Low income level, high income level, and education impacts people's diet in many ways. Having a high income, and knowing a lot about healthy foods will benefit your diet in great ways. Having a low income diet will not benefit your diet.

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