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A New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods


A New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods


Image: Scott Olson (Getty Images)A U.S. government-led trial may confirm the worst fears of anyone whose diet starts and ends in the frozen food aisle. It suggests that people who mostly eat ultra-processed foods will take in more calories and gain more weight than those who stick to mostly unprocessed foods—even if the two diets start off with the same amounts of fat, carbs, and other nutrients.Lots of circumstantial evidence (and common sense) would lead you to think that diets rich in ultra-processed foods can be unhealthy and likely to cause weight gain.

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