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Music may be food for the soul, but the food and beverages that pop singers endorse these days may be more like food for diabetes, and obesity according to a new study published June 2016 in Pediatrics. "It is important to raise awareness about how companies are using celebrities popular with these audiences to market their unhealthy products,"said lead researcher Marie Bragg
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University of Adelaide health researchers tracked the food consumption of 430 children aged nine and 10 over six months.
"Children obtained nearly half of their daily energy intake from discretionary foods, which people would know as junk foods — often high in fats, salt and sugar. We're talking about processed foods like takeaway foods, snacks that you might see in a kid's lunchbox, and those convenient foods that are heavily processed in a factory before they get to you."