1 \tSweets, desserts \t12.3 (obviously junk)
2 \tBeef, pork \t10.1 (most of this is highly saturated: junk)
3 \tBread, rolls, crackers \t8.7 (most of this is refined: junk)
4 \tMixed dishes \t8.2 (most of this is probably junk, too)
5 \tDairy \t7.3 (most of this is full fat, probably: junk)
6 \tSoft drinks \t7.1 (obviously junk)
7 \tVegetables \t6.5 (most of this is fried potatoes: junk)
8 \tChicken, fish \t5.7 (most of this is fried: junk)
9 \tAlcoholic beverages \t4.4 (no nutritional value, just calories: largely junk except for certain red wines)
10 \tFruit, juice \t3.9 (this is mostly juice, no fiber: mostly junk)
Block said. "A large proportion of Americans are undernourished in terms of vitamins and minerals. You can actually be obese and still be undernourished with regard to important nutrients.
I'd say the diet is more like 95% junk.