Ultraprocessed Food Intake Associated with Cardiovascular Health

The more ultraprocessed foods (UPFs) we consume, the worse our cardiovascular health is likely to be, a new study suggests. UPFs are mixtures of industrially refined starches, sugars, fats, isolated proteins, and other additives with little, if any, whole food ingredients (for example, most breakfast cereals, energy bars, instant soups, pre-packaged cookies and cakes, some […]
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