The Junk Food industry deliberately processes nutrients out foods because the milling process on grains increase shelf life, which increase profits. Processed foods become putrid and manure in the stomach and colon while whole foods do not.
It's the 21st century and "junk food" has gone global. For better or for worse (mostly worse), junk food is now available all over the world. We see it most everywhere we go -- in grocery and convenience stores, fast-food restaurants, on television -- usually looking very appealing. But just what are the facts about junk food?
"Junk food" generally refers to foods that contribute lots of calories but little nutritional value. Of course, what's considered "junk food" depends on whom you ask.
One problem with junk foods is that they're low in satiation value -- that is, people don't tend to feel as full when they eat them -- which can lead to overeating. Another problem is that junk food tends to replace other, more nutritious foods. When people drink lots of soda, for example, they are usually to much sugar and not enough other healthful beverages like green tea or water. When they're snacking on chips and cookies, they're usually not loading up on fruits and vegetables.
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