Processed Foods

Highly processed foods are increasingly implicated in adverse health outcomes.

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Practically all foods undergo some form of processing before they are ready to eat-from simple processes like cutting and cooking to more complex processes like homogenizing, pasteurizing, fermenting, fortifying, refining, hydrolyzing, and extruding.
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