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Study links diet high in ultra-processed food to increased odds of chronic disease

OTTAWA – New research from the University of Montreal links diets high in ultra-processed foods including carbonated drinks, mass-produced …Read more





Study links diet high in ultra-processed food to increased odds of chronic disease

OTTAWA – New research from the University of Montreal links diets high in ultra-processed foods including carbonated drinks mass-produced cookies and ice cream and sweetened yogurts to chronic disease The research was based on Statistics Canada data
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Canadians are indulging in dangerous amount of ultra-processed food study

Ultra-processed foods contain little to no whole food They are high first study in Canada to link the increased consumption of processed foods with the prevalence of several chronic diseases
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Controlled study links processed food to increased calorie consumption

Experts have long suspected that increased this study because I thought that if we matched the two diets for components like sugars fat carbohydrates protein and sodium there wouldnt be anything magical about the ultra-processed food that
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Ultra-Processed Food Linked to Cancer Study Says

The paper is the first to explore the link between cancer and ultra-processed foods are often high in inflammatory constituents like sugar and certain fats and chronic inflammation can increase cancer risk But Touvier says the study suggests that
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New Study Links Food Allergies to Increased MS Disease Activity

A new study challenges the widely held belief that allergies play no role in multiple sclerosis MS The new investigation contributes to a growing body of evidence that links gut linked to greater odds of active disease the food allergy group
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Ultra-processed foods linked to cardiovascular disease and death study

Consuming ultra-processed foods could increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and death new research suggests Two separate studies published in journal The BMJ highlight the potential link between a high intake of packaged snacks and ready
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