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Eating generous amounts of ultra-processed foods regularly may raise an individual's likelihood of acquiring metabolic syndrome and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Indulgence in processed foods may lead to the development of Crohn's disease in men and women.
Diets centered around the intake of ultra-processed foods may promote the development of asthma and eczema in children and girls respectively.
Preference for ultra-processed foods may trigger the onset of gout, particularly in individuals who are genetically susceptible to the disease.
Boarding the ultra-processed food train may drive up our risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Generous consumption of ultra-processed foods may increase an individual's predisposition to inflammatory bowel disease.
Ultra-processed food eaters may be at risk of becoming distressed psychologically.
Favoring the intake of ultra-processed foods may promote the occurrence of dyslipidemia in older adults.
Eating a diet heavy on ultra-processed foods may hasten the onset of cognitive decline in older adults.
High dietary ingestion of ultra-processed foods may spur the development of colorectal cancer.
Boarding the ultra-processed food train may put an individual on the path to developing diabetes mellitus.