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When Great Superstars Endorse Bad Lifestyle Choices


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  • Beyonce recently signed a $50 million deal with Pepsi as its global brand ambassador. The Center for Science in the Public Interest and many of her fans are now urging the singer to reconsider her collaboration with Pepsi, citing the many well-known health dangers of drinking soda
  • Another far more bizarre example of celebrities endorsing unhealthy lifestyle choices is that of the Olsen twins, who recently released a highly exclusive, limited edition collection of handbags decorated with prescription pills
  • Young children's diets consisting of junk foods high in sugar, salt and unhealthy fats, has a lasting impact on their taste preferences. Also, as a powerful testament to the power of marketing, all children tested—including those as young as 3—were able to recognize popular junk food and fast food brands

By Dr. Mercola

Junk food and sugary beverages contribute to skyrocketing rates of diabetes, high blood pressure, and even strokes — and not just among adults.

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