junk food

NOUN
  1. food that tastes good but is high in calories having little nutritional value
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How To Use junk food In A Sentence

  • A man hurls junk food at unsuspecting members of the public. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you can't find this gem then other options are fast-food outlets and overpriced junk food. The Sun
  • At dinner, they ate as they had before, although in time Bittman found that even his evening meals came to include more "vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains and less meat, sugar, junk food, and overrefined carbohydrates. thoughts on the minimalist and "vegan until six"
  • A diet full of junk food, overeating and high amounts of caffeine was making him stressed out and miserable. The Sun
  • For those who enjoy eating out (or eating in with a takeaway) and thought that by avoiding junk food they could do so healthily, this will have come as a nasty shock.
  • They are eating either macaroni and cheese or hamburgers and French fries, but they eat a lot of junk food and do not get adequate amounts of phosphorus.
  • My laziness then encumbers me and I suddenly get back to simply vegging out on the couch with a big bowl of junk food and a good book.
  • Junk foods decrease total body vitality in both immediate strength and endurance.
  • As well as the influence of parents and deprivation, sugars and fats in junk food, confectionery and soft drinks are a cause of concern. Times, Sunday Times
  • Other studies have shown that eating in front of a mirror makes junk food taste less appealing. The Sun
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