This "Affect of junk food advertising on children" essay outlines how the young children are getting affected to the luring advertisements and promotions of the junk food. The problem is that a few children are getting addicted to the habit of eating junk food to an extent that they are turning out to be obese, hefty. The article showcasing the boy in super size me is a practical example to the above said statement. The story of the child is that the boy generally doesn’t get inclined towards unhealthy eating but the boy cannot resist upon himself after gazing at the chavs made for the junk. He even tells that he always guarded himself by listening the instructions given by the government about what to eat and what not to eat. After listening to all such instructions generally anyone would not wish to and fill the belly full but this eating is the result of the eye captivating and alluring advertisements. The boy is indirectly blaming the organizations promotional activities. Probably the boy will not be aware of the consequences that follow up over the bulk eating. But once he becomes sick it will be very hard for a doctor to bring him to normal health and size and shape.
The theory of the book is that people of the nation are indirectly responsible to what happens in the society. The responsibilities need to be shared by everyone. “I consider various ways in which it may be said that people are responsible for having become and remaining insensitive even when it is difficult or impossible at the moment to choose to be different”.