Junk Food: The Sinister Food Scientist Attack

Junk Food: The Sinister Food Scientist Attack
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  • Vanishing Caloric Density
  • Snack food can melt quickly in your mouth making you not realize how much you actually ate. Then you want more and just keep eating. This is called vanishing caloric density.
  • It started around the mid-1980's that manufactures began making junk food with vanishing caloric density
  • When it started
  • They made it so that people would want to buy it more so that their profits would rise
  • Profits
  • How and Why
  • Fat, Sugar and Salt
  • Sugar makes you want more of the food.
  • Salt gives you a burst of flavor when sprinkled on the outside of a chip or snack food.
  • Fat enhances the flavor of a snack or food.
  • How to outwit junk food scientists
  • And not eating from the bag!
  • You can avoid snack foods by choosing fresh foods, checking the serving size, reading the lables, walking,
  • The End
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