Consuming ultra-processed foods could increase dementia risk: study


, this story is for you, a new study says eating too many of those foods could lead to dementia. Hot dogs, soda, cookies, donuts. There are things we love, but they could also hurt us down the line. A new study published in jama shows consumption of ultra processed foods could be associated with reduced cognitive decline in middle aged and older adults, possibly leading to dementia. Researchers defined ultra processed foods as sugar, soils, and fats that contain little or no whole foods and typically include flavorings and colorings. They say nearly 60% of the calories consumed by Americans come from ultra processed foods. Matte piper, CBS News. It

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