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Ultra-processed food

Quick summary of the science  :

Ultra-processed foods, are food and drink products, that have undergone high levels of manipulation e.g. extrusion, molding, milling etc.  These foods are designed to be "convenient, eaten on the go, hyper-palatable and appealing to consumers”, they  have not  been designed with health in mind. They tend to  be high in sugar, artificial ingredients, refined carbohydrates and fats.  Consumption of ultra processed foods, is associated with poor health outcomes.

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