Additive laden, highly processed foods–or more accurately, “non-food foods” where the amount of synthetic or industrialized chemical additives significantly outweigh the amount of natural whole food ingredients–have once again been linked with rising U.S. obesity and disease rates.
The results of a new pilot study have confirmed what many of us having been saying for decades: Highly processed foods are damaging to health and well-being. More specifically, the new study has demonstrated that ultra-processed foods, which account for more than half of an average American’s daily calories, are linked to lower measures of cardiovascular health.
New research has confirmed that eating out and eating processed foods are linked with higher levels of toxic chemical PFAS in your blood.
Much of the food from U.S. grocery stores is not just processed, it is “ultra” processed according to a new study.
Results from a new study out of Harvard indicate that young men who regularly consume diets of highly processed foods have lower sperm counts than their counterparts who eat healthier, more balanced diets of whole foods.
Despite the documented hazards of eating processed meats a new study has found that Americans are eating the same amount of processed meat today as they did eighteen years ago.
Highly processed junk food linked with lower test scores: A new study has found that children who reported higher consumption of snack foods and sugar-sweetened beverages scored lower on standardized academic tests.
The results of a new scientific study has researchers now warning of a potential link between highly processed junk food and the spike in food allergies.
Two more large-scale studies have demonstrated a link between diets containing ultra/highly processed foods and heart disease, stroke risk and early death.
A new National Institute of Health (NIH) study has just been released that links highly processed foods to weight gain in a rather dramatic way.