ULTRA-PROCESSED FOODS

A new study from the National Institutes of Health shows that the rise of ultra-processed foods and the rise in obesity over the last several decades isn’t a coincidence. Such foods, which are literally engineered to be appealing, do indeed lead to over-eating, the study found. In fact, study participants who ate ultra-processed foods exclusively consumed a whopping 508 more calories per day than peers on an unprocessed diet.

 


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