It seems like most Australians can’t get enough junk food these days. A new study reveals that average Australians eat junk food every day, three times more than the recommended daily intake. By asking more than 40,000 respondents about their eating habits, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) gave Australia a failing score of 61 points out of 100.
Taste can be deceiving. Despite its poor nutritional benefits, many people still indulge in eating junk food due to their pleasant taste. Junk foods were produced to stimulate one’s senses and taste buds, making you crave more. Most of them can be eaten right away without knowing how they are made. No matter how addictive these foods are, you must understand that unhealthy foods shouldn’t be a common staple in your diet and realise that you can break the junk food habit.Continue Reading →