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Junk Food: The New Prescription For America's Health
Argues that how much we eat is more important to our health than what we eat.
# 72846 | 2,034 words | 5 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Medical and Health (Nutrition and Exercise) , Nutrition (Food) , Nutrition (General)


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This paper argues that it is the large portion size and calorie content of our meals, rather than eating health-foods versus fast/junk foods, that is the true causative agent of obesity and related health problems in America. The paper bases this proposition on research done in the field of anti-aging which shows extreme life-extension and health benefits in animal and molecular studies when calories are reduced by forty percent from normal. Furthermore, the paper proposes that Americans be educated from a portion-control perspective first and a healthy-foods perspective secondarily.

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