Tips to avoid the ultra-processed foods

What are ultra-processed foods?

Ultra-processed foods are made mostly or entirely from substances derived from foods and additives, these additives are ingredients not usually used in home cooking.

Why eating ultra-processed foods are risky?

Eating more ultra-processed food to a number of health risks, including increases in obesity, high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes, and even dementia.

Other research, including a pair of studies in the BMJ by researchers in Spain and France, has linked consuming ultra-processed foods to an increased risk of early death.

According to study in 2019, the people who ate ultra-processed food gained weight, while those who ate unprocessed food lost weight.

The Brazilian study, is that eating ultra-processed foods changes the way people eat overall: replacing homemade food with ready-to-eat, energy-dense foods that are easier to overeat.

How do I reduce eating ultra-processed foods?

If you want to make your own diet healthier, ye just need to get people thinking about food not in a calorie way, and think about the quality.

If you want to reduce the number of ultra-processed foods you eat, opt for other foods that are cheap and don’t take much preparation, like beans, lentils, and eggs.

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