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Eating Ultra-Processed Foods Linked To Stroke And Cognitive Decline, Study Suggests

  • Middle-Aged adults who frequently consume mass-produced items like fizzy drinks, burgers, cakes, and sweets are more likely to report memory issues, according to a trial by Harvard University researchers.
  • The research, published in Neurology, conducted over 11 years, links harmful effects of ultra-processed foods to their manufacturing processes, causing inflammation that leads to chronic diseases.
  • Those who consume high amounts of these foods have a 16% higher risk of dementia, with 1,108 participants experiencing strokes and 768 showing cognitive impairment by the study's end.
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