This increases the craving to eat more and disturbs insulin level.
On the other hand healthy diet means steady supply of glucose and balanced insulin level.
A study by the Diabetes Foundation of India has a very shocking result to reveal.
It shows that 25% of school children in Delhi are obese or overweight. School kids eat junk food sold outside the school premises.
This food does not contain vital nutrients required for a good health and made up of fried and preserved food which does not remain natural.
Moreover high refined sugar, hydrogenated fats, saturated fats, sodium, artificial sweeteners and calories make it an unhealthy food option. After eating junk food you feel satisfied but actually it lacks all the essential nutrients.
Berries, such as blueberries are rich in antioxidants which reduces the risk of cancer.
Nuts, legumes and cereals are rich in protein and fiber.
Children must consume green healthy vegetables, fruits, broccoli, sweet potatoes, milk and water.
Fast food is the fastest growing food in today’s food industry because of easy availability, better taste and reasonable price.