Regular consumption of junk food is one of the leading factors responsible for obesity.
Consumption of soft drinks (containing sugar) has been associated with excess weight gain and an elevated risk for the development of type 2 diabetes.
High cholesterol resulting from junk food puts undue strain on the liver, causing long-term damage to this essential organ.
Junk food diet is a major cause of heart diseases.
Research has suggested that diets high in fat may also impair essential brain functions, like concentration and memory.
Fast food is grossly filled with refined foods, sugars and salts. If you have high blood pressure or cholesterol, it is probably one of the worst things you can have.
Junk foods don't provide you with any essential nutrient, even though they can be very much sufficing, you feel weakened.
Lack of vital oxygen, nutrients and proteins particularly can stale your grey (brain) cells temporarily.
High cholesterol from junk food and diet strains liver damaging it eventually.
Fried foods taste good, but they are terrible for you, especially foods fried in partially hydrogenated or trans-fat oils. These oils lower good cholesterol and increase bad cholesterol.