Health Implications of Processed Food

Around the world the use of processed food is on high point. Eating processed food on a regular basis will have side effects on our health. Processing the food will remove the necessary nutrients from the food leaving an item with low calories and very less nutrient value. The additives present in processed food are thought to compromise our body's normal functioning and are found to cause high blood pressure and cancer. According to the study published in the Journal of the World Public Health and Nutrition Association the main cause of obesity world-wide is due to the rise in consumption of Ultra-processed food items.

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