If you eat foods advertised on TV, and even if you practice Herculean will power only have 2000 calories of those foods, you would get a stunning 25 TIMES the recommended sugar … 20 TIMES the fat (and not healthy fats either!).
“The results of this study suggest the foods advertised on television tend to oversupply nutrients associated with chronic illness — e.g., saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium — and undersupply nutrients that help protect against illness — e.g., fiber, Vitamins A, E and D, calcium and potassium,” lead investigator Michael Mink said in a news release.
Hey, I got a new diet. It’s called the cut-out-the-TV diet! Here’s what you do: treat your TV like you treat your foods — high quality, low quantity.
TV Food Ads Promote Bad Diets – healthfinder.gov