New migrants succumb to fast food culture

little girl eating a burger - Western diet
New migrants to Australia generally eat more healthy diets than the locals but many are dragged into bad habits by Australia’s fast food culture, new research has found. The study found new migrants were much more likely to eat together as a family than established Australians and nearly half avoid fast food entirely. The study

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