By now, you probably have heard the news that some of us are turning to junk food to lose weight and keep it off.
You might not know what it is or if you’d be able to buy it yourself.
But that’s just a taste of the junk food craze sweeping the nation, according to a new study by a team of researchers.
The researchers also examined food preferences and dietary choices of Americans aged 19 to 65.
They looked at a wide range of foods including breakfast cereals, pizza, and even chocolate milk.
They also looked at other foods that are more commonly eaten in the United States and were not included in the study.
The results are the latest to show a spike in junk food consumption, with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently saying that there are over 6.3 billion calories of sugar in a single serving of soda and 3.7 billion calories in a 12-ounce can of soda.
This spike in consumption is not just a phenomenon of people consuming more junk food.
It is also linked to the rise in obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, the researchers say.
The study focused on Americans aged 18 to 65, but the findings apply to Americans in general.
The researchers found that Americans were consuming at least 1.2 billion calories each day of food that is not healthy.
This translates to about 3.4 billion calories per day.
In the past decade, there has been a marked rise in the number of people choosing to eat healthy foods like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and whole grains-free.
In fact, the majority of Americans are choosing healthy foods and eating them more often than they did a decade ago, according the study, published in the journal Obesity.
The food research group led by University of Washington researcher and University of Toronto nutrition professor Yolanda G. D’Orazio is calling for the government to mandate healthier foods for Americans.
The group is calling on the FDA to require that companies label food items that are high in added sugar or other ingredients, such as trans fat and salt, with a warning label.
The FDA must also consider food labels for added sugars, sodium, and calories, as well as calorie counts.
The American Heart Association says a healthy diet is the “foundation of health.”
The association also encourages people to follow a healthy weight-loss and exercise plan.
The FDA says it has already mandated the labeling of foods containing added sugars and salt.
The new study shows that in the last 10 years, Americans have chosen food items like sugary cereals and snacks that have been marketed as healthier alternatives to unhealthy options.
The average American eats about 8.6 pounds of sugary food per year.
The study found that a can of Coke has about 4.4 calories.
The average American ate about 7.3 pounds of fruits and veggies per year, the study found.
The Food and Nutritional Products Council (FNC) says it supports the efforts of the FDA and other public health agencies to make healthy food choices easier for Americans to make and more accessible to the public.
The FNC also supports the idea that Americans should be encouraged to consume more healthy foods.
The Council’s executive director, Tom Nardone, said, “Americans need to be encouraged not only to eat more fruits and vegetable and lean protein, but also to eat healthier foods.”