Noun. - Any number of food additives on the USDA Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) list.
Noun. - Any over-processed, over-purified, food-derived commercial or wholesale products that detrimentally affect health.
Noun. - Snack food. Fast food. Anything in a mylar pouch masquerading as edible.
Noun. - Any edible product where the one or more of the first five ingredients are: High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sugar, Crystalized Cane Juice, Fructose, Sucrose, White flour, hydrogenated fats or oils, etc. Anything where one or more of the ingredients is an artificial sweetener, monosodium glutamate (msg), other non-NaCL taste-changing salts, or contains saturated fat.
Noun. - Any edible product masquerading as nutritious food.
Noun. - Any edible product with artificial sweetener.
Noun. - Any edible product created by a corporation or conglomerate, packaged and processed to last on the store shelf forever. Usually contains mass quantities of sugar.
1. "High Fructose Corn Syrup is malfood."
2. "Coca-Cola is a malfood. So is Pepsi."
3. "All children's cereals are malfoods."
4. "Most large-chain grocery-store aisles contain nothing but malfood. Shop _around_ the aisles in the fresh produce, meat, dairy and egg sections. Buy and cook whole grains."
5. "Moms -- stop letting your kids drink that stuff. It's just malfood."
6. "Rats and monkeys living on American malfood tend to get obese and become diabetic within months."