overconsumption


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overconsumption

(ˌəʊvəkənˈsʌmpʃən)
n
the state or an instance of consuming too much food, drink, fuel, etc
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overconsumption

[ˌəʊvəkənˈsʌmpʃən] Nsuperconsumo m, exceso m de consumo
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Al-Saadi is also urging residents to avoid overconsumption of sweets and other traditional foods, which she says should be viewed as a special treat and eaten in moderation.
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Eating too much can erode the mind's natural controls on food intake, leading to neurological alterations which fuel obesity and pathological overconsumption, according to research on mice.
Overconsumption of foods that are high in sugars, and especially added sugars - such as candy, cookies, and cakes - may contribute to obesity-related health problems and, according to some studies, may increase the risk of certain forms of cancer.
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In addition to dwindling supply, water scarcity is also attributed to overconsumption. It is evident that people waste water due to its low monetary value and limited regulations that prevent wasteful use of water.
January's EAT-Lancet report, which warned of "catastrophic" damage to the planet due to overconsumption, mandated a measly seven grammes of red meat per day -- a morsel equivalent in weight to a one-euro coin.
Due to overconsumption of fast food, oxygen supply to brain reduces.
At this time of year especially much of what we see is about waste, commercialism, overconsumption and greed.