Junk food is a term used to describe food that is high in calories, fat, sugar, and/or salt but low in nutrients. These types of foods are often highly processed and may contain artificial ingredients and preservatives. Examples of junk food include fast food, chips, candy, cookies, and soft drinks. Junk food is often convenient and inexpensive, but it is not considered to be part of a healthy diet. Consuming large amounts of junk food can lead to weight gain, high blood pressure, and other health problems. It is generally recommended that people limit their intake of junk food and choose more nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins, instead.
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