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Is fried fish junk food?

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Most international foods are not exempt from the junk food category: Chinese food (high in sugar, starch and or flour), sushi (white rice with added sugar), sweetened teriyaki foods, deep fried fish and chips, and others. ... Of course, a plain bagel and diet coke is all junk food too.

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