metamorphosis: Are competitive eaters inherent or acquired?

Inquiry Question: Are competitive eaters inherent or acquired?

This topic can be discussed and conducted in two ways, one is if the eater is inherent, and the other is if the eater is acquired. If the eater is inherent, I can investigate its backgrounds and physical structures. If the eater is acquired, I can investigate its living habits and eating habits. In both ways, I can get a correlation on why someone can eat this much food and what in the original causes this to happen. Also, I will be looking into this inquiry question in modern society.

Personally, I think the deeper I dig into these problems, the better understanding I will get. After getting information on these competitive eaters, I might find a new relationship between these eaters. Before, I think if someone can eat a lot of food, it must be an inherent behavior. After my investigation, I may probably see some people become a competitive eater after plenty of training, such as gradually eating more food. This method is identified as acquired.

 

Globally, I think there are people who can eat much food in all different types countries, but people may not know it. After my investigation, if I can get enough interesting facts to get all people know about the competitive eaters. Some restaurants can advertise their food by holding competitions on who can eat the most food. Other than those inherent eaters, people who want to win the competition may start to let them eat more food than before by using methods of those eaters who are acquired. It can increase people’s knowledge on competitive eaters and might as well become a part of them. When it comes to local effects, this also applies. It is just the matter of a bigger scale or smaller scale.

 

The most difficult challenge in gathering information is that all the information on the internet is just for fun, not scientific. If I want to let people know more about why these eaters can eat this much food, I need a stable, reliable and scientific resource to support my findings. Also, this topic does not have enough attention from the public. The solution I can provide here is to do the best and try to give as much information I can, regardless of it is scientific or non-scientific.

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Hi Caroline, I can see you are really working hard to attract the public into your topic and that is a thumbs up.According to me,I think eating competitively is acquired since one eats according to the availability of food.If one inherited it then there is no food to be eaten,doesn't work but if one finds so much food,they are more likely to develop the "skill".

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