Dear Newspaper (¿? I am sure about this)
Last Monday, I received my newspaper at home and grew worried when I read the article about the risks many people run by eating unhealthily and hurriedly when they break for lunch. I have been thinking some suggestions to avoid these risks.
People have been consuming unhealthy food for over ten years, without knowing the effects of them. Hamburgers and chips are included in this group. These foods fill our bodies with fats and can cause serious health conditions like high cholesterol in the blood. Even though some people are aware of the effect of fats, they do not mind (find a different way to say this-I don't think it's the idea that they don't mind, but instead probably amounts to laziness and "lack of time" (at least in the US))and allow illnesses to develop. The best society can do is to eat an apple a day so as to keep the doctor away, as the saying goes.
Another bad habit of people at work is to eat in five minutes and not to sit down. One recent study shows the human body needs half an hour to digest correctly. Although employers know it is bad for their workers’ health to not have long breaks, they express the view that there is a lot of work to do and very little time to "waste". Many people are incensed with this position and they may go on strike if they do not come up with a solution. I strongly advise people to leave their job if their bosses do not let them have at least thirty minutes to eat.
My conclusion is that practically everyone must change some of their habits and start eating fruits and vegetables. I hope you all like my suggestions and, if it is possible, this letter can be publish in the editorial.
The main problem, I think, with your composition is that you only have 3-4 suggestions. You should probably have closer to 7-8. Are you allowed to use outside sources? Consider doing a little research.
Student or Learner