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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junk_food

Junk food is a pejorative term for cheap food containing high levels of calories from sugar or fat .... A Scripps Research Institute study in 2008 suggested that junk food consumption alters brain activity in a manner similar to addictive drugs like ...

articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/06/14/junk-food-scientific-research.aspx

Jun 14, 2016 ... It's well-known that industry-funded research almost always favors industry. Discover the truth behind this junk food scientific research.

theconversation.com/us/topics/junk-food-909

There's an assumption that the poor eat more unhealthy fast food because it's relatively cheap, leading some governments to try limit their access.

time.com/4322930/how-junk-food-wrecks-your-body

May 10, 2016 ... It's no surprise that junk food is low in healthy nutrients and high in ingredients like sugar and salt. But new animal research suggests that a diet ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3667628

In this paper, we estimate the effects of junk food availability on BMI, obesity, and ... research that rarely addresses the potential endogeneity of the school food ...

research.msu.edu/parents-influence-junk-food-habits-of-children

The findings, published in a recent issue of the Canadian Journal of Public Health, showed that the longer the children were exposed to these junk food places ...

jamesclear.com/junk-food-science

You might even know that studies show that eating junk food has been .... The good news is that the research shows that the less junk food you eat, the less you  ...

foodpsychology.cornell.edu/discoveries/junk-food-blame

The frequency of eating junk food is unrelated to an adult's Body Mass Index ... Researchers Just and Wansink reviewed a nationally representative sample of ...

www.slideshare.net/vaishali_bansal/junkfood-a-study-and-analysis

Jan 27, 2014 ... JUNK FOOD ADDICTION MAY BE REAL written by JENIFER GOODWIN. Research done on 7. FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY BOARD ...

www.naturalnews.com/junk_food.html

9/6/2014 - According to a study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley, a sleepless night may make you likely to eat junk food rather than healthier choices  ...