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Is It Health To Only Eat Junk Food
Yes & Yes.: Yes. The reason is that many of these foods are high in calories, high in simple sugars & high in saturated fat. Processed foods also tend to have a high salt content. Junk food usually has lower nutritional value than healthy foods. You know the old adage: junk in - junk out. The junk is the outcome for your body. ...Read more
Suit yourself: Life's too short and too difficult already without struggling to live within the strict proscriptions of militants. A sensible diet (avoid the worst grease, sugar and salt) most of the time is useful; binding yourself to avoiding every candy bar or snack chip that you actually want is being obsessive rather than living a healthy lifestyle. A focus on aerobic fitness is even more helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Due to somereasons i had takenlot of junk food and chocolates for last two years.now i stopped andhaving home food.will this have any effect on health?
Better health: Well if you've stopped eating junk your will be healthier .The old saying "You are what you eat" is literally true. Every part of your body came from the food you ate or drank. There is some debate as to what is the healthiest diet. There is evidence that a vegetarian diet is healthier. A vegan diet even more so. The mediterranean diet is a good starting point if your not a vegetarian. ...Read more
Health and wellness: why is junk food still so readily available to highschool, middle school, and even primary school kids in the us?
Cheap: It's cheap, has a long shelf-life, and provides money for the school and school district. Plus the junk food manufacturers have the financial, political, and logistical capabilities to "encourage" school districts to carry their stuff in schools. It's a shame though. School is an ideal place to teach proper lifelong health habits. ...Read more
I have and eating disorder where i can only eat junk food and have had it since being born the hospital don't know what to do. Any advice?
Fitness: Fitness is process in which by increasing duration or intensity your body gets more proficient at doing something . Eating is fuel. Whole nutrient dense foods will help where as junk food can hinder the process. If you need to, pick 1 day to eat the junk food. My day is Ftiday night and I eat pizza but Other days I eat to maintain my conditioning. Try limiting to a single day and see. ...Read more
Fruits/vegetables: Several healthy alternatives are available including fruits, vegetables, and some meats that are lower in fat, such as turkey, chicken, and fish. Red meat in moderate amounts is ok as well. Avoiding processed foods is always a plus. Nuts can make good snack food as well. They have "healthy fat" in them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is bad for you: Junk food is junk food and iasalways unhealthy so if you are bulking with junk you are creating junk and sabotaging the very goal you have. ...Read more
Junk food: No. Eating junk food once in a while might be ok, but eating junk food all day is binge eating, and that is not okay. It would be very unhealthy to eat junk food all day, even if it was just once a week. ...Read more
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