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Content Standard: Consequences of eating less healthful food. Learning Competency: Tells the consequences of eating less healthful foods. :

Content Standard: Consequences of eating less healthful food. Learning Competency: Tells the consequences of eating less healthful foods.

What Are the Consequences of Not Eating Healthy?:

What Are the Consequences of Not Eating Healthy?

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Unhealthy eating is responsible for a plethora of health problems that plague today's society. An unhealthy diet is a major risk factor for obesity, nutritional deficiencies and several chronic diseases. In addition to declining health, improper nutrition also accounts for approximately 71 billion dollars in yearly medical costs, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Nutritional Deficiencies Many Americans are overfed but undernourished. This means that they eat plenty of food, but the food is often convenience and packaged foods that have been stripped of their nutrients. While this may help keep you full in the short term, it doesn’t provide the nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. Most vitamins and minerals are found in whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables and lean meats. Neglecting to include these foods in your diet can lead to nutritional deficiencies.

Obesity It should come as no surprise that obesity is a major consequence of not eating healthy. With the increasing availability of unhealthy foods and convenience foods also came a rise in both adult and childhood obesity. :

Obesit y It should come as no surprise that obesity is a major consequence of not eating healthy. With the increasing availability of unhealthy foods and convenience foods also came a rise in both adult and childhood obesity .

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35.7 percent of adults and 17 percent of children are obese. Obesity puts stress on every part of your body and increases your risk of developing major health problems, including heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, liver disease, infertility and sleep apnea. :

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35.7 percent of adults and 17 percent of children are obese. Obesity puts stress on every part of your body and increases your risk of developing major health problems, including heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, liver disease, infertility and sleep apnea .

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