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A New Diet Study Confirms Processed Foods Lead To Weight Gain

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A New Diet Study Confirms Processed Foods Lead To Weight Gain

A New Diet Study Confirms Processed Foods Lead To Weight Gain

A U.S. government-led trial may confirm the worst fears of anyone whose diet starts and ends with convenience foods.

The research suggests that people who mostly eat ultra-processed foods consume more calories and gain more weight than those who stick to mostly unprocessed foods.

Even when the diets consist of the exact same amounts of fat, carbs, and other nutrients.

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