The term junk food was used for the first time in 1951 by Michael Johann Jacobson to indicate that food considered unhealthy due to its very low nutritional value and high fat or sugar content. It is a prepackaged food of low nutritional value and high caloric content, such as snacks, packaged snacks, sweets.
-TOO MUCH GARBAGE: Every product, from Coke to straw, is made from plastic. -TOO MUCH MEAT: Excessive meat production leads to excessive exploitation of the animals to be slaughtered. -IS BAD FOR HEALTH: A Whopper contains 633 calories, a Big Mac 510. Also considering the chips, a real calorie excess, which must be disposed of in many hours, too many in the light of a single meal. -NOT SATISFIED: Too much sugar and fat give us an only apparent sense of satiety, since after a while hunger returns to the light of an unbalanced diet. -REPEAT: The food is always the same and the variations have been minimal.