Processed, packaged foods are often high in salt, or sodium.
Excess sodium in your diet can increase your risk of high blood pressure and hence it leads to several heart problems.
Insulin transports sugar throughout your body to cells that need it for energy.
As your body uses or stores the sugar, your blood sugar returns to normal.
By eating 500 calories a day more than you need, you’ll gain about a pound each week.
As the fast foods are so high in calories, frequenting fast food restaurants increases your risk of unhealthy weight gain.
In this scenario, every one of us is enjoying well the taste of junk food because it is delicious, affordable and readily available.
The consumption of eating junk food is increasing day by day and making us diseased. The junk food is the food that contains higher calories than the sugar or fat. So, it is less nutritious and harmful for the body system.
Although junk food satisfies your hunger, it provides little nutrition.
But the continuous dependency on nutrient-poor foods can leave you with too little appetite for more nutritious foods, increasing your risk of nutritional deficiencies.