Total word count: 450Our readings this week revolve around the relationship between human agency in the realm of culture and the structuring effects of the global economy. If the global food system produces high rates of hunger, obesity, diabetes and other forms of disease, what can be done in the realm of culture, economics and politics to reverse this downward spiral of declining human health? Using at least three readings, provide one solution for each of the three categories (cultural, economic and political) that could reshape our global food system to sustain human health and happiness instead of the current system of maximum profit generation that produces illness, disease and death.Please answer in THREE!!! short paragraphs (three to five sentences are equal to a paragraph). Quotes are not necessary, but good summarizing is essential. To meet participation requirements, you must post at least Three!!! messages for the week. No outside resources needed, only use the readings that i provided. Need three citation from different readings.Reading titles: ( all these readings are in the attached file, please check the page number and find these readings in the attached file)1. “Rooting out the Causes of Disease”–Gary Paul Nabhan. FCR 330-341.2, “Between Obesity and Hunger”–Robert Albritton. FCR 342-354.3. . “De-Medicalizing Anorexia”–Richard A. O’Connor. FCR 276-283.4. “Not Just ‘a White Girl’s Thing’”–Susan Bordo. FCR 265-275.
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