TEENS THAT KNOW HOW TO COOK, EAT LESS FAST FOOD & MORE VEGETABLES AS ADULTS

TEENS THAT KNOW HOW TO COOK, EAT LESS FAST FOOD & MORE VEGETABLES AS ADULTS

Eating fast food could cause teens and young adults to gain more weight and face an increased risk of developing insulin resistance, according to the results of a study published in The Lancet. Fast food increases the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Source:VeryWellHealth.com

"Although diets rich in fruits and vegetables can help control weight and are also linked with a lower risk of chronic diseases and some cancers, most teens are falling short of the recommended daily levels." Source:WebMD.com

Eating fast food could cause teens and young adults to gain more weight and face an increased risk of developing insulin resistance, according to the results of a study published in The Lancet. Fast food increases the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Source:VeryWellHealth.com

"Although diets rich in fruits and vegetables can help control weight and are also linked with a lower risk of chronic diseases and some cancers, most teens are falling short of the recommended daily levels." Source:WebMD.com

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