Binge eating is a disorder in which a person will eat an excessive amount of food because she or he cannot control their selves. According to this article “The Globalization of Eating Disorders” writing 'Susan Borno, explains how easy it is to get caught up, obese and how it influence young men and women. Susan points out that the influence of the western media has created a globalization problem with eating disorders. In other words, she carefully examines the cross-culture spread of men and women of all ages who have lost their immunity to eating disorders. In the same manner most women change their diet to achieve the western image of beauty. Women around the globe used to be comfortable with their body, but after they have been exposed to the media’s image of beauty, of certain countries such as Great Britain, United States and Australia, they now have a different perspective toward their body image. I agree that in today’s world the image of binge eating does influence men and women.
We are living in a society where people believe that the way they look affect their environment. Eating disorders are a huge problem around the world, some of these disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia and others. People are getting affected by these disorders are really obsessed by food. Likewise by looking across the world like China, Fiji and Africa, Susan introduces many ways that people could increase their diet. First of all, let’s take a look at the women of the Fuji islands, before television was introduced to them in 1995, they used to admire their bodies image with no complaints. Although the images slender who has introduces slim women on advertisement on televised commercials made them feel that their bodies were not in shape. The image beauty was portrayed from the Western countries where the island begins to face a lot of issues about eating disorders. For instance 11 percent of girls reported vomiting to control weight, furthermore 62 percent of girls surveyed were dieting during the previous months. In order words, this show how people, mostly women get influenced by the Western image of beauty on television, instead of accepting their bodies, they are beginning to wonder if they look good or not.
Likewise this a cause a serious destruction of self-image across the world which is to observe the heightening of Western American’s portrait thin women and seemingly sculpture men. In Central Africa, they believe in the voluptuous female body, which is a part of their culture, but right after they had being exposed to the media of American television, this beliefs was no longer valuable. The Africans sent one of their African women to participate in “The Miss World of beauty". She did poorly because of her heavy body weight, but one smart entrepreneur goes against their beliefs. The entrepreneur puts into practice the image of beauty of the Western countries that stated...