The results from a new scientific study suggest that higher consumption of ultra-processed foods may be linked to an increase of site-specific cancers, especially ovarian cancer in women, as well as an increased risk of death.
Category: Highly Processed Food
Food Dye Red 40 Triggers Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Study
A new study has demonstrated that long-term consumption of Red 40 food dye can potentially trigger inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs), Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Lawsuit: Pet Food Contaminated with PFAS and Titanium Dioxide
A class action lawsuit against a major pet food manufacturer was filed last month alleging that the company misleadingly labels pet foods as being “healthy”, despite the presence of titanium dioxide in the pet foods and PFAS on the packaging.
Pet Food Packaging Contaminated with Toxic PFAS Chemicals
A recent analysis examined 11 bags of pet food and found that all of them contained toxic PFAS chemicals, including several at extremely high levels.
Processed Foods Linked to Obesity: Study
The results from a new scientific study support the link between highly processed foods and the growing rates of obesity across the globe.
Highly Processed Food as Addictive as Tobacco, say Scientists
Based on the criteria set for tobacco, findings from a new scientific study indicate that highly processed foods can be as addictive as tobacco.
Early Death from Ultra-Processed Food Additives: Study
A new scientific study has demonstrated a link between eating ultra-processed foods and a significantly increased risk for early death.
Blame Mom? Study Links Mothers Ultra-Processed Food Diet with Kids Obesity
New study demonstrates that a mother’s ultra-processed food consumption is associated with an increased risk of overweight or obesity in her children.
Colon Cancer Linked with Highly Processed Food: Study
Pre-cooked meals, processed meat and instant meals, with all of their convenience–and synthetic additives–have just taken another hit. Researchers in a new scientific study recently discovered a link between the high consumption of ultra-processed foods and an increased risk of colon cancer.
Homemade Baby Food Contains as Many Heavy Metals as Commercial Brands
A new investigation has found that the majority (94%) of both commercially-prepared and homemade baby foods tested contained high levels of toxic heavy metals including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury–all of which can harm the developing brain.