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Sports celebrities routinely endorse unhealthy junk foods - Study

10/12/2013 - Young audiences, especially teenagers, look up to sports stars as role models of fitness and athleticism. A new study finds that sports celebrities are routinely misleading young audiences because of their commercial endorsements of unhealthy junk foods. When a television commercial comes on showing...

How to avoid deceptively 'healthy' junk foods while shopping

8/16/2012 9:08:59 PM - An increasing number of "junk" food items are now being repacked and rebranded as health food items, with claims that they contain things like added vitamins and minerals, or no trans-fats. But oftentimes such items are still just junk foods with deceptive labels, and consumers need to be aware of this...

PepsiCo has a plan to reduce the harmfulness of its junk foods by 2020

7/22/2010 - PepsiCo has announced a worldwide plan to decrease its contribution to poor health through widespread changes to its product line, drawing both praise and skepticism. The company has committed to reduce the sodium content of "key foods" by 25 percent by 2015, the saturated fat content of "key foods"...

Eli Manning: Superbowl Star Promotes Junk Food to Children

2/4/2008 - While New York Giants' quarterback Eli Manning achieved an astonishing success in leading his team to a 17-14 Superbowl win over the New England Patriots, he has so far positioned himself as a junk food peddler off the field by agreeing to star in television advertisements promoting Oreo cookies to...

Super Food Bowl Animation Announced by the Health Ranger

1/29/2008 - Just in time for the Superbowl, NaturalNews.com has launched a "Super Food Bowl" animation featuring Superfoods' quarterback Tom Blueberry battling it out against Junk Foods running back "Big Mac." It's a five-minute animation that shows the performance-enhancing properties of superfoods in a fun, entertaining...

Poor nutrition, junk foods lead directly to pharmaceutical industry profits

12/5/2004 - If nutrition is so good at preventing and even reversing chronic disease, why isn't it taught by the practitioners of conventional medicine? Why isn't your doctor giving you the fundamentals of nutrition? Why don't you see television ads promoting nutrition? The reason is quite simple. There's no...

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