The results of a new scientific study have revealed that eating ultra-processed foods for more than 20% of your daily calorie intake every day could lead to cognitive decline–including the ability to process information and make decisions. In the U.S., on average, 58% of daily calories come from ultra-processed foods.
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Ultra-Processed Foods Linked with Dementia
The results of a new study have revealed that people who eat the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods have an increased risk of dementia.
Brain functioning, productivity adversely affected by office air pollutants
New research findings reveal that the air quality within an office can have a significant impact on employees’ cognitive functioning, including response times and ability to focus, and it may also affect their productivity.
Food Dyes Linked to ADD, Behavioral Problems in Kids: Report
The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has completed a comprehensive investigative report and concluded that synthetic dyes used in numerous processed foods and drinks can negatively affect attention and activity in children.
Preservative Calcium Disodium EDTA Linked with Health Concerns
The preservative ‘Calcium disodium EDTA’ is a commonly used one in processed foods appearing on U.S. grocery shelves. But just … More