Food Freedom – Part 3: Dark Secrets of Processed Foods

Lucy Crisetig

The issue of food processing is largely ignored or even minimized in public policies, even during the current ongoing pandemic of obesity and related chronic diseases.

As humans, we’re unique in that we cook our food – one type of processing – as well as ferment, grind, soak, chop and dry. Although, if you’re looking for the highest quality nutrition, you’ll focus on foods that are minimally processed.

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