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“Dehydration also makes you feel hungry, increasing the odds of a junk-food binge.”
“It is also an extraordinary one for Mr Lansley, given his Que sera, sera willingness to entrust other aspects of public health to voluntary agreements with alcohol and junk-food producers.”
“If one person adopts healthier habits, but her partner is a junk-food junkie/couch potato — that influence can sabotage the best of intentions, she says.”
“Also on view: high-concept furniture, documentation of past art installations and posters for Sagmeister Inc., one of which features the designer himself in his underwear, before and after a junk-food binge.”
“We, unfortunately did not have 13.3 cocktails - but we can tell you from today's headache and the junk-food cravings that we had our fair share.”
“With an obese, sedentary, junk-food population -- and millions of smokers, alcoholics, drug abusers, reckless drivers, and neglected children -- we don't have to worry that the average American will live an extra dozen or more years in retirement.”
“Still, larger efforts, such as large-scale government programs at the preschool level, are needed to reverse the habits of a junk-food nation and curb the disease, Sothern says.”
“I have a lot of patience, and I like kids, so I was willing to take the high road and forgive these litterbug lambs of God who leave a Hansel and Gretel trail of junk-food wrappers, cigarette packs and Red Bull cans in their wake.”
“Ridiculously wasteful packaging, surrounding ridiculously processed ‘eco’ junk-food”
“It may sound improbable, given the junk-food associations once attached to the man's name, but few phrases are more bankable to restaurants around the world than this: "Bill Clinton ate here.”
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