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Scripps Clinic Expert Weighs in on Junk Food Study

An overall healthy diet is more helpful that cutting out junk food

Junkfood-Study

Scripps Clinic Weight Management doctor Ken Fujioka, M.D., was interviewed by the San Diego Union-Tribune about a new study on junk food and the link to obesity. Dr. Fujioka and other experts in the field of weight loss agree that cutting out a single category of food isn’t as effective as an overall healthy diet and exercise for weight loss.


Read the San Diego Union-Tribune story Study: Junk food not related to obesity

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