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Junk food is a term applied to some foods which are perceived to have little or no nutritional value, or to products considered unhealthy to consume at all. They are typically ready-to-eat convenience foods containing high levels of saturated fats, salt/ sugar and little or no fruit, vegetables or dietary fibre.

Junk Foods thus have little or no health benefits. Nevertheless, the Junk Foods are popular because of their simplicity to manufacture, consume and of course their taste. People prefer to eat them while watching TV and also save themselves a lot of hassles and time.

HARMFUL EFFECTS OF JUNK FOOD

The first effect of eating Junk Food is its impact on energy levels. Many people skip breakfast and other important meals choosing instead to grab a quick snack or soft drink.

The Junk Food causes energy level to spike, which people like but then energy pokies online levels casino online plummet equally fast sending one back for another quick snack. In addition Junk foods can cause moodiness and make it difficult to get enough sleep at night so energy levels are never restores to normal.

Another disadvantage of eating Junk Food is weight gain, which can lead to obesity overtime. Poor concentration is another result of Junk food habit.

When you have a junk meal rich in Oil you feel drowsy and fail to concentrate. Heart deceases are a major risk factor of Junk Food Diet.

The biggest irony regarding the Junk Food is the fact that it is mostly prepared out of healthy food. Consider a Pizza loaded with thick vegetable topping.

The Junk factor of Pizza comes from the excessive cheese sprinkled over the vegetable and of course the Pizza base, which is made of refined flour which contains empty calorie.

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One Response to “Effects of Junk Foods”

  1. Adaickalavan P says:

    Good one Doctor !!!

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