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Written by: Gunborg Palme, certified psychologist and certified psychotherapist, teacher and tutor in psychotherapy.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 19 Aug 2008.

Is it harmful to eat fast food?

Answer:

It is important to eat nutritious food in order to keep the body healthy. More .

It is harmful to live on a diet which consists mainly of pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, buns, sweets, soft drinks and chips.

It is not unusual that people have extremely bad eating habits. If you want to lose weight or liberate yourself from an eating disorder, all you need to do is to learn to eat properly. Examples of nutritious foods are: vegetables, root vegetables, potatoes, lettuce, fruits, berries, fish, porridge and lean dairy products.

If you are doubtful whether you should regularly eat a certain type of food, check if it causes compulsive eating or makes you want to eat even when you don't need more. Avoid all food which has this kind of effect.

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