Processed Vs. Ultra-Processed Food
Food in its natural form has been replaced by snacks and ready meals, many of which are perfectly balanced with sugar and fat, offering little nutritional value but designed to be exceptionally moreish. It’s no surprise then that in the UK we are now at a point where over half the food we buy is ultra-processed. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered nutritionist Jenny Rosborough and I explore the world of processed and ultra-processed foods, sorting fact from fiction so we can better understand the differences and how to manage them in our diet. Plus for more information visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, Rhitritionplus.com and Instagram.com/rhitritionplus
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