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What are ultra-processed foods and are they bad for our health?

Ultra-processed foods destroy the natural structure of the food ingredients and strip away many beneficial nutrients. Image: Pexels/Leigh Patrick

Richard Hoffman

Associate lecturer, Nutritional Biochemistry, University of Hertfordshire

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