Heart attack: The type of food that could worsen your risk of the deadly condition

Ultra-processed food goes beyond preparation methods, but instead breaks down foods into specific molecular components and then reassembles them.

Whole foods are converted into sugars, oils, fats and protein out of high yield crops like wheat and corn.

The final product is made artificially flavourful using chemical additives, and are high in preservatives such as salt and sugar.

Not all ultra-processed foods are modern junk foods, with the UN report noting that jam preserves also fit into this definition.


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