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Eating ultra-processed foods can increase risk of early death: study

CTV News Tuesday, 12 February 2019
A new study has found that people face a 15 per cent higher risk of early death with each 10 per cent increase in the amount of ultra-processed foods they eat.
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New research from France shows that processed foods may affect our health more than we know. CNN reports that eating 'ultraprocessed' foods can actually increase your risk of facing an early death, due to chronic illnesses, including cancer and cardiovascular disease. It actually breaks down to a 14%...

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