If you thought filling up on extra vegetables and fruits could curb hunger and cut down your appetite for higher calorie foods, you need to think again. For, a study conducted by Richard Mattes from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, and his colleagues has found that loading up on more fruits and vegetables does not help ward off hunger in the long run.
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According to an International study, Singaporeans who are regarded as clean-living Asians consume French-fries, burgers and other fast-food products imported from US. Hence, they suffer high risk of developing diabetes or dying due to heart ailments compared to their peers who do not indulge in fast-foods.