Reports say Australians eat three times more junk food than the recommended daily intake.
This is according to a new report reported by the BBC.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) report published by the BBC noted that Australians were consuming junk food every day rather than as an indulgence as the study of 40,000 Australians revealed that on average, people consumed the equivalent of 32kg of chocolate a year.
Australia scored 61 out of 100 in the CSIRO’s Healthy Diet Score Survey.
The CSIRO research director Professor Manny Noakes noted that the scores were fairly unflattering across all respondents.
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