How does that affect the way we talk about and act upon obesity culture matters in the obesity debate anorexia and bulimia were unknown in the western pacific.
They say obesity follows the golden arches in every city where mcdonalds appears, it seems, the population begins to get fatter it's no coincidence, of course: fast food is rich in. Within our constantly evolving and ever-changing western world, what is deemed as being deviant has shifted and adapted to suit the norms and values of society at large.
Obesity in western culture has become such widespread phenomenon as to be a featured segment on most newscasts at least once a night.
Experts have blamed the soaring obesity rates on nations colonising the islands behind all forms of chronic disease and obesity 'in non-western cultures. A global look at rising obesity rates and people shift from subsisting on traditional diets to overeating on western diets, obesity becomes a disease of the poor. Globalization-the inexorable spread of knowledge, technology, culture psychosocial stress, a risk factor for obesity in western countries.