Ultra-Processed Foods: Cheap, Attractive and Convenient But, At What Cost?
By Michele-Lauren Hackshaw
As the world advances, the demand for sustenance increases. People live busier yet sedentary lifestyles than usual with less time to cook homemade meals. This has led to the amplified consumption of ultra-processed foods which are easily found at fast-food restaurants, in gas stations and mini-marts. It has taken over our shopping baskets in supermarkets because it’s cheap, attractive and convenient.
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