non-nutritious

non-nutritious

adj
(Medicine) containing no (or very few) substances that help the body to be healthy
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Lunch-box(s) are non-nutritious which, advance countries do not serve, even, to their animals!
Institute of Food Science and Nutrition Director and the chief organiser of International Conferences Dr Saeed Akhtar while addressing the participants of the conference said: 'I strongly believe that these conferences, in addition to several other significant professional events and activities undertaken by the institute, have substantially contributed to sensitising stakeholders on the magnitude of the damage caused by an unsafe and non-nutritious supply of food to the population of South Punjab.'
WhyHunger reports that 41.2 million Americans are categorized as food-insecure, "meaning they are often forced to skip meals, eat less at meals, buy cheap non-nutritious food and/or feed their children but not themselves." For that reason, in 2015, Pious Projects started their Feed the Hungry campaign in Chicago where volunteers made over 1,000 meals that were distributed to local homeless shelters.
Table 8 summarizes the frequency of intake of various non-nutritious food items among the adolescent girls of rural and urban area.
These lessons also talked about non-nutritious foods and the health risks associated with them, such as diabetes and high cholesterol.
"Eat This!" is an effective analysis of varied marketing tactics to persuade younger consumers to eat non-nutritious or junk food, with specific suggestions for ways to avoid being overly influenced by media publicity tactics in food choices, and ways to request or encourage food providers to offer a wider range of healthy choices of foods targeted towards kids.
"A large part of India continues to consume non-nutritious, non-balanced food either in the form of under-nutrition, over-nutrition or micronutrient deficiencies.
Research has linked stress with an increased desire to eat, binge eating, and eating non-nutritious food.
For example, the Blue Zones Project helps communities make positive changes such as increasing the availability of fresh produce through grocery stores and farmers markets and swapping out non-nutritious food for more healthy fare in vending machines at workplaces and schools.
Time constraints make it difficult for many people to eat a healthful breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they also make it easier to reach for non-nutritious convenience foods.
It added: "Given the scientifically proven link between the extent of media consumption and adverse effects on body weight in children, the WMA recommends that the advertising of non-nutritious products be restricted during television programming and other forms of media that appeal to children.
In my town of Berkeley, California, the school board states clearly: "The Board prohibits the marketing and advertising of non-nutritious foods and beverages through signage, vending machine fronts, logos, scoreboards, school supplies, advertisements in school publications, coupon or incentive programs, or other means."
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