Don't Worry Blog: Poor diet
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Further research shows that rats get fatter when fed on artificial sweeteners than if fed on normal sugar.
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American researchers found burgers, chips and sausages programme the human brain into craving even more sugar, salt and fat laden food.
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Americans consume on average 135 pounds of sugar a year. That is nearly 3 pounds a week!
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If you want to lose weight, exercise is the second thing to do. The first is to eat less, and the indulgent foods are easier to give up than meals.
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The June 2010 edition of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association includes an interesting study reviewing food commercials on TV in the US.
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