Ultra-Processed Foods Linked to Significant Increase in Cancer Risk

People in developed countries worldwide are increasing their consumption of ultra-processed foods.

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While no cause and effect has been definitively established, a recent study in the British Medical Journal (Feb. 14, 2018) suggests that in developed countries worldwide the intake of ultra-processed

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