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Fast Food. How bad does it get?


Food that can be prepared quickly and easily and sold in restaurants and snack bars as a dine-in meal or to be taken out.


According to results of a study published in clinical gastroenterology and hepatology 52% of adults consume fast food and 29% derive at least 20% of their daily calories from the same. Eating 1/5 of total daily calories from fast food is associated with higher amounts of fat in the liver. It was found that if fast food were eliminated, one in six cases of fatty liver could be prevented among people with diabetes and obesity.




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