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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

MSNBC: Battle over junk food ads

I suspect we all can understand why; junk food is usually not some of the healthiest foods. Even though it tastes often a whole lot better, it can and eventually will result in obesity and other health related problems and our children sure don't need that.

Nowadays, is seems quite normal when children are overweight and the fashion industry offers plenty of junior plus size clothing stores online to suit their needs and wants without breaking the bank.

Although I wished our offspring didn't have any weight issues, I am glad they can have their pick and still be followers of fashion. It doesn't always have to be a consequence of an unhealthy diet when junior plus size clothing comes in the picture; it can be due to an illness as well.

Junk food is fast, cheap and a quick solution for when there simply is no time to cook and it wouldn't hurt to treat yourself and the kids to it on occasions. However, when the apple of your eye can only fit in junior plus size clothing, then it may have been a few occasions too many.

Maybe soon we will see more ads promoting cauliflower and Brussels sprouts!



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