Junk Food may cause PCOS & Cancer


Junk Food may cause PCOS & Cancer

Food is fuel for our body. It has a direct impact on how we feel as well as on we overall health. Fast food isn’t necessarily bad, but in many cases it’s highly processed and contains large amounts of carbohydrates, added sugar, unhealthy fats, and salt (sodium).

Today not only youngsters rather all are behind this junk food. In day to day life everyone is just eager to have Burger, Noodles, and Manchurian etc. to fulfill their hunger. People have almost displaced their daily healthy food with junk food. When junk food is consumed very often, the excess fat, carbohydrates, and processed sugar found in junk food contributes to an increased risk of obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, weight gain, and many other chronic health conditions.


When fast food frequently replaces nutritious foods in your diet, it can lead to poor nutrition, poor health, and weight gain. Test in lab animals have even shown a negative effect in short duration diets. Being overweight is a risk factor for a variety of chronic health problems including heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.

According to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, most people underestimate the number of calories they’re eating in a fast-food restaurant. A 2013 study published in JAMA Pediatrics showed that children and adolescents take in more calories in fast food and other restaurants than at home. Eating at a restaurant added between 160 and 310 calories a day.


Due to more body fat it may increase the estrogen hormone which creates cyst in the ovary which may cause PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). Junk food is dangerous for ladies. The fiber in junk food increases the cholesterol & sugar level. Because of too much calories it increases fats.

The main reason of sterility in ladies is PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). If the cyst is not removed on time it may increase to cancer. Because of the trend of junk food these days fats also increasing day by day due to which the cases of PCOS increasing daily. Approximately 10% ladies in their young age are affecting from PCOS.


  1. um no…this sounds like someone who is a nutritionist but thinks that it automatically makes them a doctor. please shut up!