Many teenagers eat junk food daily. This includes sugar-sweetened drinks like fizzy drinks and high-kilojoule foods like potato chips and doughnuts. However, your body can not run properly on poor fuel

Compared to home-cooked food, junk food (fast food) is almost always higher in fat, particularly saturated fats.

Healthy eating tips

Small changes makes a big difference. Strive to:

1.Cut back on sugary drinks like soft drinks and energy drinks. Sugar-free versions are okay to drink generally, however sugar-free frizzly drinks are still acidic, which might have a negative result on bone and dental health. Water is that the healthiest drink –strive adding a slice of lemon, lime or orange for flavour

2.Keep a fruit bowl stocked with fuits for quick, low-kilojoule snacks.

3.Make sure they eating breakfast every day, then they less likely to snack on unhealthy snacks. A whole-wheat or wholegrain breakfast cereal that’s low in sugar served with milk will offer many vitamins, mineral and fiber.

4.Teach them to help with the cooking and stir up new ways in which to form healthy meals. Change those old family recipes to lower in fat by grill, stir-fry, bake, boil or microwave, rather than deep cooking and reduce the scale of your meals. Alos try not to add salt if you don’t have to.

5.Don’t eat high-fat foods whenever you visit a fast food place together with your friends. Many of the favored fast food chains have healthier foods on the menu.