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The link appears to be slight but this reminds me of what father used to say about the local farmer. If the farmer doesn't recognize his food, he won't eat it. So no chicken nuggets.
I didn't realize the definition of ultra-processed but here's what the authors say:
The following numbers are based on the French study conducted in Paris. I suspect our 'Merican' diets are way worse.
However, this should be noted.
Dr Ian Johnson, from the Quadram Institute in Norwich, said the study had "identified some rather weak associations".
But he criticised the vagueness of the term ultra-processed. He said: "The problem is that the definition of ultra-processed foods they have used is so broad and poorly defined that it is impossible to decide exactly what, if any, causal connections have been observed." via BBC