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Britons’ taste for junk food is still among Europe’s worst as we rank second to Sweden

The UK still has one of the worst diets in Europe despite decades of health warnings, damning research shows.

Out of 23 nations Britons come second only to Swedes in their taste for sausages, cake, ready meals, biscuits, puddings and fizzy drinks.

Experts fear millions are still putting themselves at risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease by bingeing on ultra-processed food laden with sugar, fat and salt.

Campaigners demanded urgent steps last night to curb Britain’s addiction to industrialised foods. Tam Fry, chairman of the National Obesity Forum, said: ‘Action to clamp down on them has to

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How one kind of diet is quietly changing how we talk about politics

Emotional, non-rational, even explosive remarks in public discourse have escalated in recent years. Politicians endure insults during legislative discussions; scientists receive emails and tweets containing verbal abuse and threats.

What’s going on? This escalation in angry rhetoric is sometimes attributed to social media. But are there other influences altering communication styles?

As researchers in the field of nutrition and mental health and authors of The Better Brain, we recognize that many in our society experience brain hunger, impairing their cognitive function and emotion regulation.

Junk food and the brain: Ultra-processed products

Obviously, we are not deficient in

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Mexico’s ‘Junk Food’ Warning Labels Are Junk

Mexico’s controversial, year-old, mandatory, front-of-package food warning label law was supposed to help Mexicans make healthier food choices and slash sky-high obesity rates in the country.

The law, which took effect one year ago this week, “requires black informational octagons to be placed on packaged foods that are high in saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, sodium[,] or calories.” Other requirements include that any food which must bear the dreaded black octagon “cannot include children’s characters, animations, cartoons, or images of celebrities, athletes[,] or pets on their packaging.”

Many food producers inside and outside Mexico opposed the labeling law, arguing it’s

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Metro Vancouver’s free “junk food gallery” is a whole snack

Please note: British Columbia is in Step 3 of its COVID-19 restart plan. Please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including physical distancing, frequent hand washing, and wearing a mask or face-covering in public indoor and retail spaces. If you are sick, please stay home.


Candyland might not be a real place, but there is a place in Metro Vancouver where iconic snacks become larger than life.

Jeff Wilson’s SuperFiller series is on display now in Richmond and it’s a chance to get up close with familiar snacks and treats.

“The series is a survey of the fabulous

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How modern diets lacking in micronutrients may contribute to angry rhetoric

Emotional, non-rational, even explosive remarks in public discourse have escalated in recent years. Politicians endure insults during legislative discussions; scientists receive emails and tweets containing verbal abuse and threats.

What’s going on? This escalation in angry rhetoric is sometimes attributed to social media. But are there other influences altering communication styles?

As researchers in the field of nutrition and mental health, and authors of The Better Brain, we recognize that many in our society experience brain hunger, impairing their cognitive function and emotion regulation.

Ultra-processed products

Obviously, we are not deficient in macronutrients: North Americans tend

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Car Mukbangs: How Eating Junk Food Behind the Wheel on Camera Became an Internet Sensation

But of all the things you could possibly watch, videos of people eating food in their car on camera might sound like a strange choice. Even so, people flock to YouTube channels across the platform whose only content is to hop in their car and drive to a takeout restaurant. Then stuff their face on camera right there in the parking lot.

Some of you might wonder just why this has anything to do with cars themselves. To that we say this, the whole Mukbang craze as we know it today is in no small part facilitated by the automobile.

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The diverse ingredients in our junk food culture | Food

As a retired child protection social worker, I’ve long thought that the link between obesity and socioeconomic status would benefit from a somewhat blunter analysis (‘We need to break the junk food cycle’: how to fix Britain’s failing food system, 30 November). Sometimes it’s not about being too poor to buy nutritious food; it’s far more about subcultures – more of the socio and less of the economic.

So, what have I experienced? I have looked in clients’ kitchen cupboards to see what they are feeding their children, and a lot of it is indeed junk. I have placed working-class

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Junk food knows no class barriers | Food

Sylvia Rose, a former social worker, writes (Letters, 6 December) on the class-based reasons people choose junk food: “In part, it’s historical: manual labourers, post-Industrial Revolution, cramming in as many cheap calories as possible – white bread, sugar, jam. In part, it’s the misery of being poor or marginalised, of needing a little something to cheer you up, to blunt the edge of it all, be it biscuits or cigarettes.”

I wonder if she has met anyone who works for the NHS? My husband is an NHS surgeon. The standard daily fare in his last doctors’ mess was white toast,

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Health Aside, Here Another Reason to NOT Eat Pizzas And Burgers

Do you need a new excuse to eat less ‘junk’ food? Aside from the obvious health advantages. Junk foods account for a large percentage of food-related environmental consequences. Although the concept of sustainable diets is gaining popularity, the debate and proposed policies have not fully addressed the proliferation of junk food products that deplete scarce resources to provide empty calories.Also Read – 7 Ways to Manage Gut Health During Winter

Australian and New Zealand households eat more discretionary and junk foods than recommended by dietary guidelines, contributing to food-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHGe) and other environmental impacts.
University of

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