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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


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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