We Are What We Eat: The Food Documentary

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It has been one of the main health premises for a number of years now. Scientists, doctors, and nutritionists have been trying to tell us that diet is crucial for our health.

And in the past several studies, studies have shown the effects and benefits of healthy food and junk food.

However, one of the biggest misconceptions is that junk food instantly makes us unhealthy. That is just plain wrong. This documentary explores how junk food affects our health.

In spite of being labeled as junk food, it generally does not present any sort of instant health problems when incorporated in a well-balanced diet.

Foods considered junk food include sweets, sweet treats, fried convenience food, sugary drinks, carbonated drinks, salted treat foods, processed foods, and so on.

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