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Childrens TV heavy with junk food In the first Australian study of its kind.

Children’s TV heavy with junk food In the first Australian study of its kind, University of Sydney researchers have found two-thirds of advertisements during children’s high-rating television programs promote junk food. The study may be the first to compare advertising patterns through the top-rating TV applications for 5 – to 12-year-olds and 13 – to 17-year-olds with advertising patterns during adult looking at times . Led by study dietician Bridget Kelly, at the Australian Center for Health Promotion, the study found that although total meals advertising quantities fell between 2002 and 2006, there was a higher concentration of high-fat, high-sugar food adverts during popular children’s television programs.

‘It is because of other changes, including:’ ‘[a]ltered structure of the gliadin proteins,’ ‘[c]hange in the structure of wheat germ agglutinin’ and ‘[u]nique antigens .’ Research linking the origins of both RA and JRA to chronic gut problems further suggest that, at best, consumption of contemporary wheat and wheat derivatives exacerbates a health that science shows is already something of gut inflammation. At worst, these chronic joint diseases will be the product of an ever-evolving food supply that is increasingly modified, contaminated and bad for human health generally. ‘Gluten is only among the reasons to dread wheat, since it triggers a bunch of immune diseases like celiac, arthritis rheumatoid, and gluten encephalopathy ,’ adds Dr.